A CRS shelter project offers a foundation for families to rebuild their lives following a pair of devastating earthquakes.
Internally displaced people and their host community receive critical services to reduce disease and increase personal health.
CRS supports mason training so Nepalese can rebuild and retain valuable skills for future livelihoods.
“I had no kitchen to prepare food, and my daughters were always dirty from sleeping on the ground. Now, I feel very comfortable.”
Families return home to find CRS waiting with grants to help speed the recovery process.
CRS responds after violent conflict drives people from their homes into makeshift tent cities.
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.