Experienced mothers offer guidance to young families on a variety of health concerns.
In Rwanda, children with disabilities and their families receive a range of supports, including specialized health care, improving family nutrition and financial skills training.
Proper diagnoses, medications and follow-up services enable families to improve their childrens’ health and enrich their lives.
A CRS project provides local a support system that enables participants to reduce the effects of disease and maintain a healthy life.
A CRS program encourages parents to bond and play with their children to stimulate growth and health.
A CRS-led program has reached more than a quarter million children with health and education assistance.
CRS and our Catholic partners lead the way with preschool education that benefits children and gives working parents peace of mind.
Today in Burkina Faso, more than 29% of children under age 5 have suffered from a form of malnutrition called stunting. Because they didn’t get enough nutritious foods in the womb and through their first 2 years of life, they are more prone to disease, poor school performance and difficulty when...