CRS and local Church partners bring critical aid to some of the most vulnerable on the hard-hit island of Sulawesi.
A CRS project helps Myanmar farmers raise profits and savings to lower impact of disaster.
Following a brutal storm, CRS helped 20,000 families with new shelters along with improved water and sanitation infrastructure.
In 1943, 1,500 Polish refugees escaped the horrors of the Russian labor camps.
Catholic Relief Services was created by a disaster—a manmade one called World War II.
A CRS watershed management project helps farmers rehabilitate land and increase productivity.
Nigeria Bed Net Distribution
14 million treated bed nets distributed through mass distributions
2 million treated bed nets distributed through routine distribution channels to pregnant women and children under 5
9,701,771 tested for malaria using rapid diagnostic tests or microscopy
7,752,372 received first-line anti-malaria treatment
400 doctors and nurses trained in 8 states
17,536 patients treated for severe malaria
CRS’ Kenya-RAPID project brings sustainable water systems to rural families.
Women and girls freed from long daily water hauls have time for education, business activities.
Following years of drought and a powerful El Nino, CRS and OFDA offered immediate assistance and improved livelihoods.