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CRS President Carolyn Woo to Attend UN Climate Summit

September 22, 2014

CRS president Carolyn Woo has been invited to the UN Climate Summit in recognition of CRS’ founding role in the Africa Climate Smart Agriculture Alliance.


Ebola Crisis Could Set Progress in Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone Back a Decade

September 18, 2014

CRS and other aid organizations call on the UN Security Council to provide a massive increase in financing, personnel and expert capacity to respond to the Ebola crisis.

Central African Republic. Photo by Sam Phelps for CRS

U.S. Embassy in Central African Republic Reopens

September 17, 2014

After more than a year, the U.S. Embassy in the Central African Republic (CAR) has finally re-opened.

Satellite image provided by NOAA shows category four Hurricane Odile taken at 5:45 a.m. EDT Sunday Sept. 14, 2014.

CRS Partners Respond to Hurricane Odile in Mexico

September 17, 2014

Catholic Relief Services’ partner Caritas Mexico is on the ground identifying needs after Hurricane Odile made landfall in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico last Sunday.

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Simple Needs: Food, Water and Education in Honduras

September 17, 2014

A CRS-supported school in Honduras shows how something as simple as providing school lunches can make a big difference in children’s lives.

CRS Commends G8 Report on Impact Investing

September 17, 2014

CRS commends the Social Impact Investment Taskforce of the G8 on the release of their report, “Impact Investing: The Invisible Heart of Markets.”

State of Food Insecurity in the World, 2014

World Hunger Continues to Decrease, New UN Report Shows

September 16, 2014

A UN report released today now estimates the number of chronically malnourished people in the world at 805 million, a decline of 209 million since 1990-1992.

Photo by Silverlight/CRS

CRS Looks at Central American Programs to Help Fight Migration Crisis

September 11, 2014

CRS’ Joan Rosenhauer recently returned from Central America where she asked families a simple question: Why are so many unaccompanied children leaving home to cross into the United States?

Bishop Cirilo Flores of San Diego, California

CRS Mourns the Death of Bishop Flores

September 9, 2014

CRS mourns the death of board member Bishop Cirilo Flores of San Diego, who passed away last Saturday.

Women in Ghana make baskets for the small businesses they started through Catholic Relief Services’ Savings and Internal Lending Communities program. Photo by Karen Kasmauski for CRS.

Church Serves Women ‘The Rest of the World Has Left Behind’

September 8, 2014

Catholic News Agency responds to a recent post on the British daily The Guardian, which said the Catholic Church disregards women.