A CRS-supported project helps families manage living with HIV through disclosure of status and peer and professional support.
With access to financial services a major challenge, CRS’ savings groups enable participants to better manage finances and grow sustainable livelihoods.
Access to financial services enables savings group members to increase earnings that in turn fuel more savings and investments.
As farmers learn new techniques and use higher quality seed, they’re seeing more crops per acre and passing on new methods to others.
Internally displaced people and their host community receive critical services to reduce disease and increase personal health.
A CRS project introduces farmers to high quality planting materials of improved varieties that promises increased yields and incomes.
A CRS program helps newcomers benefit their host communities while increasing understanding and acceptance.
CRS eases landowners’ fears as ongoing conflict drives their countrymen to seek in Northeast Nigeria.