University scientists and the regions farmers team up to monitor and protect vital wetlands and grazing lands.
Farmers adapt to changing weather patterns with new seeds, altered planting schedules and irrigation.
Following devastating losses to conflict and natural disasters, vegetable gardens provide food, cash and a sense of community.
A CRS savings group helped participants grow funds and stimulate livelihoods to improve family resilience and self-reliance.
CRS joins a consortium to support children and families affected by HIV, helping them return to health and financial stability.
Vulnerable women learn agriculture skills while they save and invest to improve their families’ financial strength.
Growing herds mean financial strength for vulnerable women and education for their children.
A CRS project helps urban businesses reduce losses caused by climate change and natural disasters.
Community involvement creates more effective, sustainable plans in the face of natural disasters.