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Help us continue our work

Jesuits are active in all parts of the community in Africa including: education, parish work and evangelisation, the education and preparation of future priests, social work and peace building, fighting HIV. We rely on the support of the public and international institutions to provide the funds, donate their time and prayer.

Jesuit Education Projects

Africa’s future lies in the creation of quality education institutions that will help the creation of sustainable, stable societies and stand the test of time as they have in Europe and the Americas. 

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Jesuits Spiritual Development

Above all Jesuits are pastors and spiritual leaders. All our priests and brothers have joined the Order to spread the word of God’s love. With over 176 million  it is predicted that by 2050 there will be more catholics in Africa than Europe and the US.

Jesuits Health and HIV Projects

In many regions religious orders represent the only access to hospitals, clinics and life saving drugs. Can you help?

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Jesuits Community Projects and Peace Building

Africa has suffered harshly from conflict over the last 50 years. Jesuits are active in all areas of peace build. You can support this!

Jesuits Spiritual Development

Above all Jesuits are pastors and spiritual leaders. All our priests and brothers have joined the Order to spread the word of God’s love. With over 176 million  it is predicted that by 2050 there will be more catholics in Africa than Europe.

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MODES OF DONATION

CHEQUE

Write a cheque to ' Jesuit Superiors of Africa and Madagascar'. This can be posted to the following address and will be immediate spent in the area you have decided. Please write a cheque to:

  • Jesuit Supperiors of Africa and Madagascar
    Africama House, 260 Dagoretti Road
    P.O. Box 1540- 00502 Karen, Nairobi, Kenya

BANK TRANSFER

We greatly appreciate any donation that you can make straight to our bank account at the Commercial Bank of Africa. If you would like to dedicate the donation to any person please E-mail the Director, Shane Burke at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a brief note and also include a bank reference to your donation.

JESAM BANK ACCOUNTS and DONATIONS

Indicate JESAM (Jesuits of Africa and Madagascar)
Commercial Bank of Africa Ltd. Ragati Road, Upper Hill 
P.O. Box 30437
GPO 00100 Nairobi – KENYA : (254-20) 288 4000
SWIFT CBAFKENX
A/C Name: Jesuits of Africa and Madagascar (JESAM) A/C Numbers

Kenya Shillings: 6605790011
Euros: 6605790032

Thank you for choosing to make a donation to support our work across Africa. Know that you occupy a special place in the life of Jesuits, for our ministries and projects could not exist without your generous support. Your gift helps us to improve the quality of lives and to bring Jesus Christ into the lives of many. It also provides us with resources to develop and pursue new opportunities to serve the marginalized. 

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DONATION FORM

Your help is incredibly important. We ask that you fill out the form below so that we can track your donation and ensure it gets to the right cause.

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QUERIES

Should you have any queries please contact +254 (0)20 3884528 or email the Director, Shane  Burke at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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