To prevent stunting, a CRS project helps mothers care for themselves and their children.
Reluctant but desperate farmers see increased yields and better market connections.
A CRS agriculture project helps farmers gain valuable skills that increase resilience.
Around the world, young people are standing in solidarity for what they believe in—justice, peace, unity, safety and opportunity. Pope Francis invites us to recognize the joyful power of young people and to support our youth to become the force for positive change in our world.
We’ve been involved in school feeding programs since 1958. We not only know that kids show up more regularly when they get a meal, but also that well-fed students are better students.
These common sense facts about refugees are gleaned from our many years of serving migrants and refugees around the world.
Follow along for a day with Zeineba Wado Markato, an Ethiopian 7th grader. Catholic Relief Services is working with the Church and local partners to provide girls like Zeineba opportunities to break through barriers and reach their full potential.
CRS' SILC–Saving and Internal Lending Communities program–enables people to break the cycle of poverty.
The massive eruption buried one community in ash and blocked roads with a deadly flow of rocks, ash and hot gas.
Grit—the drive to reach a goal even when life gets hard—is a value Americans live by. It’s the stuff of the American Dream, which tells us we can do anything with hard work and determination.