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Washington Post: The Race to Save CoffeeOctober 23, 2017
The Washington Post speaks with CRS' Kraig Kraft about challenges facing coffee growers.
From HuffPost: Somalia Is On the Brink of Famine, and Time Is Running OutMay 18, 2017
Hundreds of thousands of lives are at risk.
From America Magazine: As Elections Approach, Will Liberia be able to Keep its Peace?March 27, 2017
Article examines conditions Liberia face according to CRS survey..
CRS Calls for Refugee Ban to be Suspended; More Humane Approach NeededJanuary 31, 2017
CRS urges the Administration to suspend implementation of travel ban.
From the New York Times, A Look at the Impact of Climate Change on MadagascarJanuary 6, 2017
Journalist Nicholas Kristof writes about the impact of climate change on Madagascar.
From Thomson Reuters Foundation: Half of Liberians Fear Country Could Plunge Back into War: CharityJanuary 6, 2017
Thomson Reuters publishes CRS study on peace in Liberia.
From Humanosphere: Vital Changes to Farming Practices Remain a Tough SellDecember 12, 2016
Environmentalists push for the use of a regenerative agriculture.
From Crux: Catholic Church Not a Force for Good? 'I Refute it Thus'!December 12, 2016
John Allen Jr. covers CRS' photo of the month and work in Nigeria.
On Thomson Reuters Foundation: What Does Jammeh's Defeat Mean for Future of Aid and Development in Gambia?December 8, 2016
Quotes Carla Fajardo, CRS Gambia's country representative, on the situation.
From Thomson Reuters Foundation: 'Buried by Night' - Hunger Stalks Children of Southern MadagascarNovember 23, 2016
CRS' Joshua Poole describes the hunger crisis in Madagascar.