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In Bangladesh, people are being pushed to the limit by rising sea levels. In Chad, people are being pushed off the land by violence and then continually challenged by scarce resources. Climate change plays a role, and so does one's ability to push forward. This is their story.More
Our talented photographers around the world often uncover the unguarded moments of life. They see the subtle changes where our faces can reveal the situation at hand, where a glance can hint at where we’ve been and the eyes alone can sometimes transmit how we feel. These are the faces of CRS....More
Our team of photographers takes thousands of pictures each year in every corner of the globe. But there's always a story behind the photo. In this collection, we decided to take you behind the lens, and asked our photographers to share those stories.More
Bernadette Moses doesn’t know where her roof is.
A rusty sheet of zinc lays in her yard, crumpled into the shape of a ‘w.’ But it is not her roof. Hurricane Matthew swept hers away, along with her chickens and the front porch.
Observe World Food Day this October 16 with prayer, CRS Helping Hands, delicious simple meals and more.More
Climate change is affecting the most vulnerable in Zimbabwe. But while it’s strong, there’s something more powerful: the voices and the will of the people of Zimbabwe who want change and are working hard to make it, despite obstacles. This is their story.More
Over the last decade, Zimbabwe has experienced a number of economic, environmental and political stresses. Poverty, food insecurity, malnutrition and environmental degradation are serious concerns in Zimbabwe, and will continue to be challenges because of the effects of climate change.More
Young mothers in Ethiopia are learning how to feed their babies during drought.More