A CRS agriculture project helps farmers gain valuable skills that increase resilience.
Farmers can’t grow food without good soil and water—that’s why our work is increasingly focused on improving these basic elements.
Welcome to “Through the Lens of Our Photographers,” a series of our best photos of the year accompanied by impressions by the photographers themselves.
Partnerships helped meet a variety of needs in villages devastated by the deadly disease.
Immediate emergency aid gives way to the long process of rebuilding and recovery.
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.
Better farming techniques and carefully selected seed lead to improved nutrition and financial security.
Ethiopia is in the midst of its worst drought in 50 years, putting more than 10 million people at risk for starvation. Prolonged drought, erratic rainfall and land degradation are posing challenges that have pushed people to the edge.
In 2016, we brought you stories from all over the world of people struggling with the effects of climate change.
Our team of photographers takes thousands of pictures each year in every corner of the globe. But there's always a story behind the photo. In this collection, we decided to take you behind the lens, and asked our photographers to share those stories.