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CRS: Humanitarian disaster looms in HaitiOctober 17, 2019
CRS experts warn political turmoil and violent unrest has pushed Haiti to brink of collapse
CRS Congratulates Ethiopian Prime Minister on 2019 Nobel Peace Prize WinOctober 11, 2019
Ahmed’s leadership on guiding peacebuilding is an important reminder that progress is possible
CRS Announces 2019 Hispanic Heritage Partner Award WinnersOctober 10, 2019
CRS recoginizies six Hispanic ministry leaders for their work in promoting global solidarity.
CRS Issues Statement on Administration's Proposed Refugee Cap to 18,000September 26, 2019
CRS supports the call for a minimum of 95,000 refugees to be resettled in the U.S.
CRS Expert to Congress: Cutting U.S. Foreign Aid to Central America is CounterproductiveSeptember 26, 2019
Administration’s cuts to foreign aid for Central America will exacerbate human suffering.
CRS Responds to Increasing Violence and Displacement in the SahelSeptember 12, 2019
CRS has launched emergency response in region, providing clean water, food, shelter
CRS Welcomes Pope Francis to Mozambique and MadagascarAugust 28, 2019
Message of hope, peace for region faced with climate change, isolated conflict
USCCB and CRS Respond to Administration’s Call for Rescissions of $2-4 Billion of Funds for State Department and USAIDAugust 13, 2019
USCCB Committee Chair of International Justice & Peace and CEO of CRS release a statement
CRS Responds to Intense Flooding in Bangladesh, Nepal and IndiaJuly 16, 2019
CRS is working with local partners to provide emergency relief.
New Study Highlights the Role of Local Faith-Based Actors in Peacebuilding EffortsJuly 15, 2019
Study examines importance of faith-based organizations for goal of peaceful, inclusive societies