Conflict prevents many people from working fields, which was often their only source of food and income.
Improved nutrition, hygiene practices and vocational skills empower women to raise healthier families.
Communities in Darfur experience enhanced food security through the promotion of social cohesion and effective natural resource management.
Mother-in-law groups offer young moms advice on nurturing healthy babies with proper food types for various stages of the child’s growth.
A CRS savings group helped participants grow funds and stimulate livelihoods to improve family resilience and self-reliance.
A CRS-led project serves parents and caregivers of children with HIV so they can live active, healthy lives.
When families facing hunger and malnutrition have access to nutritious food, children can think about their future and stay in school to achieve their dreams.
A CRS nutrition project helps parents provide better nutrition, and improve health and hygiene for their families.
Village Health and Nutrition Days lead to reductions in malnutrition and stunting.