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Amid Niger Crisis, CRS Calls for International SupportSeptember 11, 2023
Suspension of aid to country could cause long-term damage
CRS Applauds Senate Foreign Aid Bill, Yet Concerns Grow Over Insufficient Climate Financing and Proposed Cuts to DevelopmentAugust 4, 2023
Cuts to development could damage years of progress in fight against global poverty
CRS Warns El Niño, Climate Crisis Could Worsen Food Insecurity in Global Hunger HotspotsJuly 17, 2023
Mounting threats face developing countries due to El Niño and climate change.
CRS Convenes More Than 100 Supporters in Washington, D.C. for its First-Ever National Gathering in Support of U.S. Foreign AidJune 30, 2023
Supporters met with Congressional offices to advocate for continuation of international aid
CRS Expresses Concern Over Drastic Cuts to Foreign Aid in House Appropriations BillJune 27, 2023
Cuts would slash vital overseas aid programs by up to a third
CRS Sounds the Alarm Over Growing Humanitarian Crisis in Chad as Tens of Thousands of Sudanese People Flee the FightingMay 26, 2023
With rains coming soon, concerns over adequate emergency shelter are high
Amid Debt Ceiling Debate, CRS Joins U.S. Catholic Leadership in Urging Congress to Protect Poverty-Reducing AssistanceMay 18, 2023
CRS, USCCB and Catholic Charities USA sent a letter to Congress.
CRS Mobilizes Response to Cyclone Mocha in BangladeshMay 16, 2023
Post-storm assessments continue; high need for emergency shelter expected
As Title 42 Ends, CRS Calls for U.S. Leaders to Protect the Rights of MigrantsMay 11, 2023
More sustainable approach to concerns at border - focus on root causes of migration
CRS Applauds U.S. Contributions to Green Climate FundApril 20, 2023
The Administration announced a $1 billion contribution to the Green Climate Fund.