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Growing herds mean financial strength for vulnerable women and education for their children.
A CRS food-for-work program helps communities build assets to counteract seasonal drought, promote animal health, and increase safety.
Assyrian Christian students return to a school once occupied by Islamic State militants.
A CRS program helped with agriculture, finances, and hygiene and sanitation to set vulnerable families on the path to prosperity.
Learn how you can help families forced to flee their homes because of violence, poverty and drought.
CRS opens a school that allows girls to avoid early marriage and get an education.
CRS hygiene promotion boosts health and saves lives among Nigerians displaced by ongoing conflict.