Support and understanding enables families to grow and sustain healthy lives.
Through a CRS program, community health volunteers act as confidants, patient advocates and counselors.
With savings groups and business strengthening, CRS project serves families who care for children living with HIV.
Already economically stressed, many vulnerable residents were hit particularly hard by measures meant to restrict spread of the disease.
Support groups and multi-language materials guide caregivers through raising stronger, healthier children.
Health workers say knowing and disclosing positive status encourages adherence to life-saving medications and reduces stigma.
A CRS-led program has reached more than a quarter million children with health and education assistance.
A CRS program addresses stunting by helping parents work together.
A CRS food distribution trains mothers to prepare nutritious meals for their children.