At Herat, Indian Jesuit Father Alexis Prem Kumar was restored to liberty , kidnapped in Afghanistan eight months ago. This was announced by a press release Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS). According to him, the last eight months have been a long, difficult and uncertain for family, friends and colleagues Prem parent.

“We are relieved, writing fellow parent, to know that now is home, healthy and safe”.
In the same vein are highlighted tireless efforts on several levels to achieve freedom and bring the special gratitude the support received through prayer part of so many believers.
Kidnapped in June 2014 near Herat
Prem father, aged 47, was kidnapped on June 2, 2014, by a group of unidentified gunmen during a pastoral visit to a school for refugees, about 34 km from Herat.
Father Prem was then director of the Jesuit Refugee Service in Afghanistan, with a previous mission in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu in Sri Lanka.
JRS aid to refugees rebuild their lives
Father Stan Fernandes – Regional Director of JRS South Asia – stressed the importance of Jesuit Refugee Service Mission in Afghanistan where he “helps local community education and training to refugees so that they are able to rebuild their lives in the new territory. I was near the Afghan people before kidnapping parent Prem, completed in charge, and we will do from now on, continuing to join him in any way. “
Mission in more than 50 countries around the world, in Afghanistan since 2005
Present in Afghanistan in 2005, JRS operates in around fifty countries around the world, besides providing education, health and social services to about 950,000 refugees and turncoats, half of whom are women.

Date posted: Thursday February 26th, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on The releasing of JRS Afghanistan Director, 23 Feb 2015

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