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CRS Welcomes Innovative Malaria Vaccine for At-Risk ChildrenOctober 8, 2021
RTS,S vaccine has potential to save thousands of children in sub-Saharan Africa
On COVID-19 Summit, CRS applauds U.S. leadership but calls for a detailed global strategy for vaccine rolloutSeptember 22, 2021
Bill O’Keefe , Catholic Relief Services’ executive vice president of Mission, Mobilization and Advocacy, issued the...
Ahead of global COVID-19 summit, CRS calls for stronger leadership from U.S. governmentSeptember 16, 2021
U.S. must put vaccine equity first; display leadership in funding, sharing, distribution
CRS Responds to Haiti EarthquakeAugust 15, 2021
Staff are responding with emergency supplies, including shelter, food, water and hygiene kits.
CRS Readies Haiti Response to Tropical Storm ElsaJuly 3, 2021
CRS concerned by the potential for flooding and landslides along Haiti’s southern coast
Catholic Relief Services Condemns Killing of Aid Workers in EthiopiaJune 27, 2021
CRS condemns the targeting of aid workers in Tigray.
CRS Applauds Administration’s G-7 Vaccine Pledge, But Pushes for More SupportJune 10, 2021
U.S.-led plan to get vaccines into arms globally will help ensure end of pandemic
In Guatemala, Most People Wouldn't Choose to Migrate, New Study SaysJune 2, 2021
New study looks at factors keeping people in their home communities
CRS Rushes Aid to Rural Indian Hospitals Amid COVID-19 SurgeMay 12, 2021
Working with Catholic Health Association of India to support more than 50 hospitals
CRS Gravely Concerned Over Nepal's COVID-19 SpikeMay 6, 2021
Small, landlocked country has seen 3,000% increase in cases since beginning of April