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CRS is assisting 2.6 million people, and fears that number may rise as the crisis deepens.
Ethiopia faces its worst drought in 50 years. Following a dry 2015, the effects of climate change and El Nino continue to include a devastating lack of water that could last for much of 2016.
More than 10 million people in Ethiopia face chronic hunger, but that number is expected to rise as families run out of options.
Six-time Academy Award nominee Leonardo DiCaprio finally won an Oscar but placed the spotlight on the issue of climate change.
On March 19, people and businesses around the world will turn off their lights for an hour to raise awareness of climate change’s dire effects.
One quarter of Zimbabwe’s people are going hungry in Zimbabwe after another failed harvest.
CRS helps families protect the progress they make as they strive for more secure futures.
With attention focused on droughts and floods in East Africa, half a continent away Zimbabwe is going hungry in near silence as harvests fail, again.
In Niger, Chaibou Alzouma now sees the truth in the timeless biblical lesson of Galatians 6:7: You reap what you sow.
That was not always the case for this 57-year-old farmer who spends most days on his feet, working long hours under the scorching sun of West Africa. No matter how hard he worked, his crops—millet and sorghum—were limited by devastating droughts or encroaching desert sands.