Farming communities across Kenya face prolonged drought and hunger.
CRS provides training and hands-on interactive instruction on practicing and upholding IPC standards to protect patients, visitors and staff.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Tubas Governmental Hospital, the only hospital in the West Bank’s Tubas governorate,...
Infection prevention and control processes and structures have been strengthened across the West Bank health system.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the healthcare system in the West Bank has recurrently battled the impact of the virus on its...
At-home medical screenings by teams of doctors and nurses provide immediate care for those with COVID-19 exposure risks.
COVID-19 has spread to more than 220 countries, leading to over 240 million confirmed cases and nearly 5 million deaths worldwide....
In this update, Catholic Relief Services provides an overview of urgent humanitarian priorities in 2022. Our ability to respond is possible thanks to the generous support of private and public donors, the dedication of our local partners, and the unwavering presence of Caritas and the Catholic Church.
On August 14, a 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. Provide immediate relief to families today!
On August 14, 2021, a 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti at 8:30 a.m. GMT, about 80 miles west of Port‑au‑Prince, in Nippes department. Catholic Relief Services and our partners are already at work to meet people’s immediate needs for food and shelter.
CRS cash assistance gave households options, allowing them to select what they needed most during the crisis.
Catholic Relief Services and our partners around the world are working on the front lines of the COVID‑19 pandemic to prevent risk, save lives and bolster recovery in high-risk communities. The current crises in India and Brazil highlight the heightened risks facing vulnerable families and communities—and the need for CRS and our local partners to respond.