CRS’ Kenya-RAPID project brings sustainable water systems to rural families.
Little Sisters of St. Therese of the Child Jesus learned improved farming techniques that turned their 23-acre plot into an agribusiness.
Some families lost all of their animals. CRS provides sheep, goats and a new beginning through livestock fairs.
One family shows what it means to come together to help their children in areas of Kenya where HIV has left the social fabric frayed.
In leafy Nairobi, one might be forgiven for not realizing the country is going through a massive drought. “Nairobi,” after all, is a local Maasai word meaning ‘a place of cool waters.’”
Millions of children live in residential care facilities, often known as “orphanages,” but 80-90% of these children have a living parent. Through research we know that children living in loving, nurturing families have better outcomes than those who grow up in residential care.
What's it like to be an orphan? Peter Kamau spent his childhood in an orphanage. He says we must do better to keep children connected to their families.
Faith communities can help respond to hunger crisis facing Africa.
Religious sisters expand outreach to children in Kenya, Malawi and Zambia.