Read Eulalio’s story to learn how he overcame the challenges of climate change.
A hardy crop that resists damage from harsh weather, helps yield better harvests and tastes great in cookies.
Demonstration plots and kitchen gardens offer a sustainable food source for home use and income through sales of surplus produce.
Increasingly severe drought, loss of water and diminished harvests means less food to eat and sell.
Villagers have lost water and watched crops fail as temperatures rise, forcing them to consider migration.
New farming skills go beyond survival to increased production and new markets.
Make the world a greener and better place to live this Earth Day.
These are the CRS best photos of 2018 that have had the most lasting and transcendent impact, capturing the glory of human dignity even as we move among the poorest and most vulnerable.
A CRS project helps urban businesses reduce losses caused by climate change and natural disasters.
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.