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Jesuit Missions (Karnataka)

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Karnataka Jesuit Missions work with a motto of serving the poorest of the poor in various parts of Karnataka with victims of poverty, injustice, and oppression. It is continually striving, with the four Mission Stations where the poor are systematically deprived of opportunities for education. Inspired by its founder, St Ignatius of Loyola and the history of his order, the Jesuits in Karnataka continue to be a beacon of light to the least, the lost and the last of our society.

Rural Mission Locations

Focus Areas

  • Education
  • Women Empowerment
  • Children’s empowerment
  • Unorganized Youth
  • Health and Hygiene
  • Labour Issues
  • Slum Dwellers issues & Senior Citizens

Rural Karnataka Accomplishments

  • 5 Social Work Centers
  • 14 Educational Institutions
  • 876 Self Help Groups
  • 1450 Collaborators
  • 32 Village Hostels

Over 350,000 People benefitting from the programs including

  • 11,000+ Women
  • 5000+ Students in schools and colleges
  • 4,000+ Village Children
  • 1500+ Children in Hostels
  • 750+ Disadvantaged Youth

“Learn for Life Foundation is one of the primary supporters of the Snehagram Project for vulnerable and HIV+ children. What inspires me most about Thomas is his passion for education as a means of uplifting and empowering poor and disadvantaged communities”   (Fr. Brian Pereira, SJ, Rector, Bangalore Jesuit Educational Society)