Fire can spread quickly in a displaced persons camp, so CRS worked with the people best suited to be first responders.
CRS and partners offer displaced Nigerians durable dwellings and the means to grow and cook food for themselves.
CRS is serving some of the country’s most vulnerable women and children with vital nutrition and hygiene support.
UN estimates up to 7 million could face chronic hunger and food shortages by mid-year.
CRS provides grants to help refugees earn college degrees.
Mentors help young people gain valuable life and professional skills.
A mother becomes a mason and secures valuable skills for her family and community.
Your help brings immediate response to families in need.