Failed harvests, conflict and inflation have forced millions to sell off assets and leave their homes to seek food and water.
Each of us can play an important role in addressing the COP27 climate change issues that impact low-income people across the globe.
Increasingly severe drought, loss of water and diminished harvests means less food to eat and sell.
Villagers have lost water and watched crops fail as temperatures rise, forcing them to consider migration.
A food program helps keep children energized so they are better equipped to improve learning and development.
Learn how a community in Honduras is ensuring children have nourishing meals and bright futures.
With an innovative solution, CRS provides the tools to combat hunger and malnutrition, so communities can become more resilient in a changing climate.