A food security and resiliency project quickly integrated COVID-19 prevention methods into programming to protect vulnerable villages.
After the devastating blast, CRS and partners were able to respond quickly to the sudden damage and loss.
Farmers and pastoralists both suffer catastrophic losses after fields are stripped of crops by the voracious insects.
CRS supports mason training so Nepalese can rebuild and retain valuable skills for future livelihoods.
CRS supplies food, water and shelter to more than 210,000 Malians forced by conflict to flee their homes.
COVID-19 precautions have not diminished relief efforts for displaced Congolese.
CRS supported construction of a pipeline system so that villagers now have a consistent supply of water and all the related benefits it brings.
One resident hopes the idea of paying women the same as men for the same work catches on quickly.
"My children are why I keep surviving and working."
Agus Nundi was out fishing when the deadliest earthquake of 2018 struck Indonesia’s Minahasa Peninsula. This was followed by a powerful tsunami that surprised even...