Coronavirus disruptions threaten starvation for 265 million people
Dave advocates for U.S. foreign policies that improve the lives of the poor and vulnerable overseas.
El Salvador aid groups warn that Trump’s decision to cut assistance will increase migration
Guatemalan Climate Change Refugees Pouring Over U.S. Border – And Into South Florida
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Issues Statement in Response to Foreign Aid Cuts to Central American Countries
CRS President Sean Callahan issues statement opposing cuts in foreign assistance
CRS Providing Emergency Aid to Areas Hit by Hurricanes Irma and Maria
CRS is assisting survivors in the Caribbean with our partner Caritas.
CRS Bringing Help to Earthquake Victims in Mexico
We're working with partners to provide assistance in Oaxaca and other areas.
EWTN News Nightly Speaks with CRS about Unaccompanied Children
EWTN News Nightly spoke with CRS' Joan Rosenhauer, who just returned from Central America, about the factors causing unaccompanied children to cross the U.S. border.
NPR: Rust Devastates Guatemala's Prime Coffee Crop and Its Farmers
NPR reports on a growing problem: a fungus called coffee rust, which is wiping out coffee plants, and farmers' incomes along with it.