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At your school, getting a drink of water meant going down the hallway to the water fountain. You could wash your hands in the school lavatory. But for the students at the Goradji School in Burkina Faso, getting water means walking more than a mile....
A massive distribution of treated mosquito nets aims to protect everyone in the country.
In 1943, 1,500 Polish refugees escaped the horrors of the Russian labor camps.
The ability to purchase food and essential items enables families to rebuild their lives after losing their homes due to conflict.
Catholic Relief Services works with women farmers around the world. Even against everything—climate change, scarce resources and difficult financial circumstances—these women prove just how powerful they are.
New water sources close to home mean more time to earn a living and improve health and well-being.
CRS helps communities bring their mountains back to life after decades of overgrazing and erosion.
Everyone can use a pick-me-up! We’ve collected photos by some of our best photographers around the world to brighten the day as you start the new year.
CRS served sisters with training and mentoring to turn their dairy operation into a sustainable business.Wi
As we celebrate the Transfiguration this year on August 6, imagine what life is like on a mountain for our brothers and sisters around the world.