News and Stories: Guatemala
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A Day in the Life
Cristian Leonardo Gómez is a young community leader in La Paz, Honduras, where he trained with the CRS RAÍCES project.
Helping farmers get the most of limited rainfall is a central focus of the project funded by USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance and implemented by Catholic...
What the Farm Bill Makes Possible: Raúl’s Story
International food assistance programs authorized by the Farm Bill enabled Raúl to build a thriving farming business that supports his community.
In Guatemala, Most People Wouldn't Choose to Migrate, New Study Says
CRS Capacity Overview Disability Inclusion
People with disabilities account for 15 percent of the world’s population — over a billion people. Many face social, economic and cultural barriers that limit their access to full and effective participation in society.
Up to 4,500 people arrived in Guatemala hoping to find safe refuge
Immediate relief is needed.
COVID-19 and Hunger
As communities around the world face an increased risk of hunger due to COVID-19, CRS is responding through your support to ensure families have access to food while staying safe and healthy.
Guatemala Youth Learns Leadership Amid Turmoil
YouthBuild helps young people achieve work and life success against overwhelming odds.
A Story of Hope from Guatemala
"I learned a lot of beautiful things like how to take care of my boy and feed him well so that he wouldn’t get sick.”
When Norma discovered she was going to have a baby three years ago, she was nervous.
At age 20,...
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Issues Statement in Response to Foreign Aid Cuts to Central American Countries
CRS' Best Photos of 2018
These are the CRS best photos of 2018 that have had the most lasting and transcendent impact, capturing the glory of human dignity even as we move among the poorest and most vulnerable.