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A CRS program helped with agriculture, finances, and hygiene and sanitation to set vulnerable families on the path to prosperity.
A CRS program designed for vulnerable mothers and children also helps fathers take responsibility for family health.
Poverty cuts deep across Lesotho, but with just a little extra assistance, families can progress toward prosperity.
Savings and Internal Lending Communities (SILC) help thousands of women and their families in Ethiopia improve their economic situation by starting small businesses, buying livestock or even sending their children to school.
Better farming techniques and carefully selected seed lead to improved nutrition and financial security.
Ethiopia is in the midst of its worst drought in 50 years, putting more than 10 million people at risk for starvation. Prolonged drought, erratic rainfall and land degradation are posing challenges that have pushed people to the edge.
With improved crop storage, market connection and strong value chains, CRS helped raise farm incomes in Niger.
Along with ongoing development programs, CRS is providing food aid to nearly 3 million people facing hunger and malnutrition.
The Cactucito cooperative, a cactus nursery formed by women 19 years ago, is located in Charcos, a community outside of Matehuala, the fourth-largest city in San Luis Potosí, México. After exploring the town, I noticed something glaring—the lack of men. "The community is practically formed by...
David Wambugu knows how to grow coffee. He knows how to plant it, care for it and when to harvest it. What he doesn't know about his coffee is how it tastes.