CRS and partners offer displaced Nigerians durable dwellings and the means to grow and cook food for themselves.
CRS helps survivors build their lives back better.
When you walk into the Shabo home in Bashiqa, a town in the Nineveh Plains of Iraq, you will see fresh paint on the walls, new fixtures in the bathroom and recent electrical work throughout the house. Along with the repairs, there’s also a smoke-damaged air conditioner and exposed wood in the...
The Shelter Upgrade project with Catholic Relief Services supports vulnerable families living in substandard housing and makes permanent upgrades to improve their living conditions.
Community involvement creates more effective, sustainable plans in the face of natural disasters.
Le Thi Phuoc can recall the sheer terror of losing her roof when a fierce storm lashed her small village in central Vietnam.
Following a brutal storm, CRS helped 20,000 families with new shelters along with improved water and sanitation infrastructure.
CRS emergency shelter response helps residents build resilience as storms like Typhoon Damrey become more frequent, severe.
Immediate emergency aid gives way to the long process of rebuilding and recovery.