Jesuit Mission in Cambodia
The Jesuit mission in Cambodia began with the Jesuit Refugee Service. On 8th September 1994, the work of the Jesuits in the country was entrusted to the Conference of Asia Pacific and on 25th May 2006, the Cambodia Mission Territory was placed under the jurisdiction of the Korean Province.
Jesuit Service Cambodia with Fr Greg Priyadi SJ as Director, is a human development agency that provides technical skills development and services for disabled people. It also engages in formal and informal rural development outreach and education.
Jesuit Refugee Service Cambodia, under the direction of Sr. Denise Coghlan, RSM, cares for asylum seekers and refugees, as well as being a strong base for the international campaign to ban Cluster Munitions.
The Jesuit mission is also engaged extensively in pastoral care, human development and in higher education.