CRS' Monitoring Interval Resiliance Analysis enables at-scale responses while enabling communities to make data-driven decisions about their own development priorities.
Improved farming techniques and creating savings groups are among the training offered to young adults to help them achieve their full potential.
Conflict prevents many people from working fields, which was often their only source of food and income.
Conflict makes work and travel a perilous prospect for families trying to make a living under uncertain security conditions.
Smart card vouchers allow participants to make purchase decisions based on their specific needs.
A food program helps keep children energized so they are better equipped to improve learning and development.
Trained workers in community groups reduce conflict over water access by keeping wells operational.
Tens of thousands of people are benefiting from improved agriculture practices, higher yields and increased income.
A CRS program helps families improve relationships and workloads through community conversations.