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Stories From Central African Republic

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Central African Republic: 'We Want to Live in Peace'

CRS helps clear a way to end clashes between nomadic herders and villages. »»

Central African Republic: Thousands of Muslims Trapped

Even as turmoil subsides and fears ebb, half the country remains in need of immediate assistance. »»

Central African Republic: Rebuilding Homes After Crisis

CRS is helping thousands of families across the country with shelter and other emergency supplies. »»

Central African Republic: Rebuilding Homes, Livelihoods

In the wake of crisis, CRS meets urgent needs for shelter with an added sense of security. »»

A Race Against Hunger in the Central African Republic

CRS distributed seeds and farm tools before the critical rainy season to ensure people who survived violent conflict will have food in the coming year. »»

The CRS Collection: Help Jesus in Disguise

The Catholic Relief Services Collection will be held the weekend of March 15 and will support vulnerable families around the globe. »»

Thanks for Being There

People you don't even know are giving thanks for having you in their lives. »»

CRS' Peacebuilding in Central African Republic

This is why this workshop is so important: to give us the tools to end the crisis and continue with the development of the country. »»

'Where Is God in This?'

When cycles of crisis—like the one in the Central African Republic—move some to despair, what's your response? »»

Churches Provide Safe Haven in Central African Republic

As conflict drags on, more help is needed to shelter, feed, and provide medical care and beds for displaced people in the Central African Republic. »»

A Uniquely Catholic Response to Need

Several ongoing humanitarian crises would be far worse today if not for your Gospel-inspired commitment to the poor and suffering. »»

Smart Aid: High-Tech Poverty Fighters

At the crossroads of compassion and expertise, you meet people like Sandra Basgall , who, at age 70 and living in Africa, is excited about…barcodes? »»

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