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A Day in the Life Bai Koroma: Working to Combat MalariaApril 24, 2017
Bai is a Community Health Club Memeber working with his community in Sierra Leone to combat malaria.
CRS Stands Poised to Respond to Zika VirusJanuary 29, 2016
CRS stands poised to respond if called upon by governments and our Catholic partners.
Meet Kenya’s Special, Invisible ChildrenAugust 27, 2015
Children with intellectual disabilities are probably the developing world’s most underserved population.
Girls Count Act Passage an Important Step to Eradicate Poverty and Protect GirlsMay 21, 2015
The House Foreign Affairs and Senate Foreign Relations Committees each passed nearly identical versions of the Girls...
Ebola Update: Overcoming 5 Key Challenges with Effective SolutionsMarch 20, 2015
CRS and our partners respond to five specific Ebola-related challenges with solutions that make a difference.
CRS Partners with Mission 14 to Fight Human TraffickingJanuary 22, 2015
Together the two organizations will address the worldwide problem of human trafficking.
Hospital Destroyed in 2010 Haiti Earthquake ReopensJanuary 17, 2015
Five years after the earthquake in Haiti, St. Francois de Sales Hospital is reopening better than before.
Carolyn Woo’s CNS Column – Whose Children Are They?August 26, 2014
‘Who's Children Are They?’ by CRS President & CEO Carolyn Woo is part of her ongoing column, 'Our Global Family,'...
USCCB Says Dangerous Conditions Causing More Families to Send Children to U.S.February 3, 2014
The USCCB' Committee on Migration released a report last week about growing numbers of unaccompanied children sent to...
CRS Celebrates Success of Life-Saving HIV WorkJuly 30, 2013
CRS celebrates the success of AIDSRelief, a consortium funded through PEPFAR that has enabled the care of more than 700...