News and Stories: South Sudan
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As communities around the world face an increased risk of hunger due to COVID-19, CRS responds.
Support groups and multi-language materials guide caregivers through raising stronger, healthier children.
Vulnerable women learn agriculture skills while they save and invest to improve their families’ financial strength.
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.
CRS is serving some of the country’s most vulnerable women and children with vital nutrition and hygiene support.
UN estimates up to 7 million could face chronic hunger and food shortages by mid-year.
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