Farmers can’t grow food without good soil and water—that’s why our work is increasingly focused on improving these basic elements.
Lifesaving aid improves child nutrition and eases families’ financial burdens.
Small cash transfers make big difference in how quickly survivors rebuild and rebound.
Damage estimates soar into billions as agriculture experts marshal forces to bring the invasive pest under control.
Joint Emergency Operation
Ethiopia 2015 – Present
- An average of 2.8 million served monthly
- 383,500 metric tons of food distributed
- CRS privately funded and designed a loss-prevention component
- Loss minimized to 0.0024% ($6,000) to maximize distribution
- Funded by USAID/Food For Peace
Vouchers offer food and household options to Nigerian families stressed by displacement.
Catholic Relief Services provides critical water, sanitation and hygiene support to the growing number of South Sudanese refugees in northern Uganda.
https://www.crs.org/sites/default/files/usops-resources/east_africa_and_yemen_hunger_crisis.pdfFaith communities can help respond to hunger crisis facing Africa.
Better farming techniques and carefully selected seed lead to improved nutrition and financial security.
Ethiopia is in the midst of its worst drought in 50 years. Despite the pressing need, Ethiopia has avoided a full-blown humanitarian disaster. Here's why.