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A CRS program brings life and financial skills to vulnerable children and youth to build resilience.
The feast of St. Joseph the Worker is May 1 and is a reminder of the value and dignity of work for each person around the world.
Our most successful critical support systems go virtually unnoticed until we need them. When they fail to function properly, difficult problems become impossible. 4Children’s focus on capacity strengthening and systems strengthening helps communities construct stable support environments.
Brigitte’s story illustrates that holistic health and well-being requires coordinated comprehensive care.
To solve big problems, we must be bold enough to take them on and humble enough to know that we cannot transform the world on our own.
Two CRS employees — Marc Bavois and Dina Brick — won Practitioner of the Year awards from The Small Enterprise Evaluation Project (SEEP) collaborative learning network recently at the annual SEEP conference.
Expanding Financial Inclusion in Africa brought market-based poverty alleviation rapidly to scale while reaching the most needy.
CRS' SILC–Saving and Internal Lending Communities program–enables people to break the cycle of poverty.
A CRS program designed for vulnerable mothers and children also helps fathers take responsibility for family health.
During its decades of microfinance practice, CRS has focused on serving the poorest of the poor, primarily women and vulnerable populations living in remote rural communities for whom the cost of accessing financial services is very high. CRS began its microfinance work in 1988 by building the...