With COVID-19 hitting many fledgling operations hard, CRS and our partners offer a way to sustain and grow struggling enterprises.
Cash grants for nutritious food and business stock help families cope with measures meant to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
Through the U.S. Agency for International Development Farmer-to-Farmer program, volunteers share expertise with farmers, cooperatives, agriculture businesses and government agencies to help Rwanda increase productivity and incomes.
CRS responds quickly to COVID-19 to keep participants active and engaged while adhering to preventive measures.
For this mother, CRS project means no longer watching her children suffer from hunger.
Properly constructed latrines diminish risk of disease and also offer a sense of privacy and security.
What can you do in 1,000 days? In Rwanda, you can save a child’s life. The 1,000 days between a woman’s pregnancy and her child’s second birthday are critical to shaping the child’s future.
Jeanne's Sinunuayabo's oldest sons and husband were killed in the 1994 Rwandan genocide. The killer of her sons was her friend and neighbor.