Jesuit Migrants Service: Empowering Education, Health, and Well-being for Children

The Jesuit Migrants Service is a dedicated organization committed to uplifting the lives of inter and intra-state children through a holistic approach that spans education, health, legal support, and collaboration. This dynamic initiative provides a nurturing environment for school-going children, offering evening study centers and specialized site schools even in challenging construction and chamber settings. By focusing on education, the organization encourages enrollment in schools and diligently monitors each child’s progress up to higher secondary education, facilitating access to scholarships and motivating them towards higher learning.

Jesuit Migrants Service goes beyond academics, prioritizing the comprehensive well-being of children. The organization ensures that children have access to vital documents such as birth certificates, community certificates, and Aadhar cards, while also opening bank accounts and fostering awareness on health, hygiene, and moral ethics. In times of crises, such as calamities and pandemics, the organization steps in to provide relief, offering dry ration kits, basic facilities, and emotional support.

Collaboration and networking play a pivotal role in the Jesuit Migrants Service’s efforts. The organization establishes close ties with government officials and public sectors, working hand-in-hand with Child Welfare Committees to amplify its impact. Generously providing essential materials like writing supplies, uniforms, and games articles, Jesuit Migrants Service ensures that children are equipped not only for education but also for a well-rounded and enriching childhood.

Through its multifaceted approach encompassing education, health, legal advocacy, and collaboration, the Jesuit Migrants Service stands as a beacon of hope for inter and intra-state children, empowering them to reach their full potential, find dignity, and secure a brighter future.

  • Evening Study Centres for School going children
  • Site School at Construction Sites 
  • Site School at Chambers


  • Encouraging children to go to Anganwadi
  • Enrolment in the school
  • Monitoring the progress in education
  • Follow up till higher secondary education
  • Accessing to Scholarship
  • Motivate them for higher education
  • Helping them to admit in colleges
  • Bala Mela (Educational Exposure)

Accessing to Social Entitlements:

  • Birth Certificates
  • Community Certificates
  • Income Certificates
  • Aadhar Card
  • Opening new Bank Account 

Awareness & Training Programmes

  • Awareness on protecting the dignity, safety and security of the children
  • Training on Children’s Parliament
  • Orientation Programme for Children
  • Awareness on Drug Addiction
  • Training on Drop out Integration
  • Training on Importance of Education
  • Winter Camp for Children
  •  Summer Camp for Children
  • Skill training for Drop outs (Tailoring, Computer Skills)
  • Empowering the Children & Adolescents
  • Awareness on Moral Ethics
  • Sexual Harassment’s and Assaults
  • Parents meeting once in 2 months


  • Children’s Day 
  • Independence Day
  • Republic Day
  • Diwali 
  • Pongal 
  • Christmas
  • World Environmental Day 


  • Awareness on Health & Hygiene 
  • Medical Camps 
  • Individual Medical Accompaniments
  • Physical and Mental Health 


  • Rescue from Trafficking and Bondages
  • Rescue from Child Marriages & Ending Child Marriage
  • Counselling. 
  • Awareness on violations on Child Rights 
  • Awareness of Schemes available for tribal children. 

Intervention at the Time of Calamities & Pandemic

  • Dry ration kit provided during Covid Pandemic
  • Rain and Relief
  • Placing them in the alternative place 
  • Providing food
  • Providing basic facilities
  • Clothes
  • Grocery at the time of flood, droughts and climatic conditions  

Collaboration & Networking

  • Networking with officials at Government and Public Sector
  • Close Collaboration with Child Welfare Committee

Materials Provided

  • Board & Writing materials
  • Tharplin Sheets
  • Slippers for the Children
  • School Bags for the Children
  • Water Bottles
  • Uniforms 
  • Note books and Stationery 
  • Biscuits & Snacks
  • Dictionaries & Table books
  • Games Article