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Maronite Scouts Assist Beirut After Explosion
Young volunteers are helping to clean up after the August 4 blast that left much of Lebanon’s capital city in ruins.
Counseling Beirut’s Traumatized Population
Following the August 4 blast, Caritas committed to raising mental health awareness and reaching those in need of psychological care.
Beirut Explosion: A Missed Birthday and a Broken City
After the devastating blast, CRS and partners were able to respond quickly to the sudden damage and loss.
CRS and Caritas Respond to the Explosion in Lebanon
Syria Crisis: Assistance for Refugees
CRS reaches out to Syrian refugees, providing assistance with education, counseling and care for children, housing, and livelihood support.
Providing Lifesaving Support for Syrian Refugees
Syria is at the center of the world's most devastating humanitarian emergency. Once a vibrant hub of Middle Eastern culture and history, Syria has been besieged by internal conflict that has uprooted millions of innocent families. Of those, 4.1 million Syrians have fled across the border into...
Syrian Refugees: Meet the People Everyone's Talking About
First-Ever Refugee Team Joins Summer Olympics
This small team competes on behalf of the world’s 65 million refugees.
Year of Mercy and Freedom From Fear
Pilgrimages take many forms—as do the angels who help along the way.
A CRS Summer Camp for Syrian Refugees Helps Kids be Kids
Through an annual summer camp run out of their center in Lebanon’s remote Bekaa Valley, the Congregation of our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd Sisters succeeds at providing Syrian refugee children with a safe space for them to play, learn, and heal.