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CRS Sounds the Alarm Over Growing Humanitarian Crisis in Chad as Tens of Thousands of Sudanese People Flee the Fighting
New Farming Techniques Improve Chad Harvest
Farmers adapt to changing weather patterns with new seeds, altered planting schedules and irrigation.
Catholic Relief Services Condemns Staff Killings in Ethiopia
Catholic Relief Services Mourns the Loss of Two Staff Killed in Ethiopia
Recovering from Record Flooding in Liberia
CRS project replaces or repairs homes and and helps families recover livelihoods after severe rains..
Liberian Women Improve Business Ventures
Co-op members also pass on key practices to others with the goal of improving livelihoods throughout the region.
CRS Applauds Vice President Kamala Harris’ Visit to Tanzania to Address Pivotal Developmental Issues
Liberian Women’s Co-op Overcomes Market Challenges of COVID-19
Members have improved farming practices and strive to add value to their products while encouraging others to adopt similar processes.
U.S. Sec. Of State Anthony Blinken Joins CRS to Launch a Joint Emergency Operation Program in Drought-Stricken Ethiopia
Protecting Vanilla Crops in Uganda
The lucrative product attracts thieves but new harvest declarations promote higher quality and more secure crops.