News and Stories: Democratic Republic of Congo
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Already economically stressed, many vulnerable residents were hit particularly hard by measures meant to restrict spread of the disease.
A food security and resiliency project quickly integrated COVID-19 prevention methods into programming to protect vulnerable villages.
COVID-19 precautions have not diminished relief efforts for displaced Congolese.
A CRS program helps people with HIV return to normal, more productive lives.
Helping couples make decisions together improves finances, strengthens marriages and models healthy living for children.
A CRS project trains workers to help their communities build hygienic latrines and upgrade water sources.
CRS joins a consortium to support children and families affected by HIV, helping them return to health and financial stability.
Communities set their own priorities to improve their lives with support from CRS and USAID.