Early each morning, 53-year-old Lucie Massal navigates the sandy streets of Koundoul, Chad, a small town about 25km from the country’s capital, N’Djamena. As she hops over puddles of muddy water, leftover from a recent rainstorm, she holds tightly onto a small, silver key in her hand. It is what...
Following years of crises and displacement, community members come together to better understand each other’s problems and concerns.
Farmers adapt to changing weather patterns with new seeds, altered planting schedules and irrigation.
A CRS project enables migrants and returnees to improve their farms, businesses and children’s health.
A CRS program helps participants find ways to restore social trust and build economic stability.
In both Chad and Bangladesh, people are being pushed by climate change and other factors to migrate in search of opportunity. In Peru, people are also on the move, this time answering the call of the South American gold rush. They are being pulled into climate change. Choose a story to explore.
In Bangladesh, people are being pushed to the limit by rising sea levels. In Chad, people are being pushed off the land by violence and then continually challenged by scarce resources. Climate change plays a role, and so does one's ability to push forward. This is their story.