CRS cash assistance gave households options, allowing them to select what they needed most during the crisis.
Ethnic groups seeking peace find forgiveness and mediation are tools that benefit all sides.
By working together on a project that benefits all, longtime rivals found common ground and began a peacebuilding process.
A CRS program helps shop owners to better serve customers during conflict that threatened livelihoods, and access to basic food and household items.
A CRS savings group helped participants grow funds and stimulate livelihoods to improve family resilience and self-reliance.
Following years of conflict and disruption, Sudanese farmers found new skills and knowledge help them restore devastated lands and livelihoods.
A CRS project enables migrants and returnees to improve their farms, businesses and children’s health.
Christian and Muslim Iraqis call the visit a sign of respect and concern for a place and people weary from conflict and violence.