Farming communities across Kenya face prolonged drought and hunger.
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.
A CRS program helps teen moms and their families cope with life changes and find a way toward a fulfilling life.
A CRS-led project serves parents and caregivers of children with HIV so they can live active, healthy lives.
With savings groups and business strengthening, CRS project serves families who care for children living with HIV.
Farmers and pastoralists both suffer catastrophic losses after fields are stripped of crops by the voracious insects.
Health workers say knowing and disclosing positive status encourages adherence to life-saving medications and reduces stigma.
A CRS program promotes health, education and financial security for families and children in Kenya.