CRS and partners feed as many as 1.6 million people during a long period of recurrent drought and widespread crop loss.
A CRS program helps families improve relationships and workloads through community conversations.
As a hospital serving 600 residents and outpatients every day, the Missionaries of Charity home provides critical health services for the poorest of the city’s poor.
Families who received shelter and food point to schooling as their children’s path to a better future.
A CRS watershed management project helps farmers rehabilitate land and increase productivity.
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.
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.
Joint Emergency Operation
Ethiopia 2015 – Present
- An average of 2.8 million served monthly
- 383,500 metric ...