As head of CRS Indonesia, Yenni Suryani has more than a decade of experience responding to some of the world’s deadliest natural disasters.
Ian Moise leads the CRS global water team in an effort to reduce poverty, improve public health, and increase agricultural production.
Worsening drought and hunger in the Horn of Africa imperils millions as foreign aid is threatened.
Lori Pearson leads Catholic Relief Services' (CRS) response to the massive impact climate change is having on global agriculture and especially on the lives of smallholder farmers in Africa, Asia and Latin America. She works with a team of technical advisors to pursue solutions such as climate smart agriculture. She also crafts policy and advocacy recommendations to climate change challenges and global hunger. Lori has 18 years’ experience in humanitarian relief and development.
The Washington Post speaks with CRS' Kraig Kraft about challenges facing coffee growers.
After US’ withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, CRS continues its commitment to the values spelled out in Laudato Si'.
Decision’s Far-Reaching Effects Disproportionately Affect the World’s Poor.
This month's photo focuses on our call to care for God's Creations for Earth Day
Members of Congress have joined together to co-sponsor a House Resolution.
New Models Conference on March 1-2, in Washington, D.C.