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Coconut Farmer Pio Ibanez lost his livelihood due to the typhoon. CRS is working with farmers like him to identify other cash crops and options for earning a stable income. / Agricultores de coco como Pio Ibanez, perdieron sus medios de vida debido al tifón. CRS está trabajando con agricultores como él para identificar otras cosechas y opciones para ganar un sueldo fijo. Foto por Kent Truog para CRS

CRS en el Mundo: New Livelihoods for Filipino Farmers and Fishermen

April 17, 2014

PODCAST IN SPANISH: In the Philippines, CRS is training fishermen and farmers in new skills after they lost their source of income in Typhoon Haiyan.

CRS President & CEO, Dr. Carolyn Y. Woo

CRS President Carolyn Woo to Deliver Commencement Address at Manhattan College

April 16, 2014

CRS President & CEO Dr. Carolyn Woo will deliver the keynote address at Manhattan College’s Commencement on May 18th.

Vatican Radio: CRS Responding to Ebola Outbreak and Fighting Fear Surrounding It

April 15, 2014

Vatican Radio spoke with CRS staffer Meredith Stakem about the challenges of the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

Typhoon Haiyan

CNS Video, ‘Filipinos Are Not Victims’

April 15, 2014

VIDEO: Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville and CRS President Carolyn Woo share their thoughts about what they saw and heard on a recent trip to the Philippines to meet with Church officials and survivors of Typhoon Haiyan.

Ebola Outbreak Continues in West Africa, the Church Is Responding

April 15, 2014

As the deadly Ebola disease breaks out in West Africa, CRS is partnering with the National Catholic Health Council and Caritas to provide assistance.

Each Sunday, more than 100 people gather in the basement of Immaculate Conception Church for a hot, home-cooked meal. Volunteers serve guests restaurant style and provide music and bagged lunches for the next day. Photo courtesy of Immaculate Conception Church

CRS World Report: CRS Rice Bowl Helps Support New Mexico Feeding Program

April 15, 2014

PODCAST: Contributions to CRS Rice Bowl help support a weekly church feeding program at Conception Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

CRS Responds to Deadly Ebola Outbreak in West Africa

April 14, 2014

CRS is responding to the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa that has claimed more than 120 lives.

Central African Republic. Photo by Sam Phelps for CRS

CRS Welcomes UN Resolution on Peacekeepers in Central African Republic

April 11, 2014

CRS welcomes a United Nations resolution to send a peacekeeping force to the Central African Republic; calls for continued funding.


Cardinal McCarrick Visits Central African Republic to Promote a Message of Peace

April 11, 2014

Cardinal Theodore McCarrick joined religious leaders this week in the Central African Republic to promote a message of peace in this country where violence is too often along religious lines.

A girl enjoys her lunch at Sirakoro School in Mopti Region, Mali. The school feeding program is run CRS with funding provided by USDA’s McGovern-Dole Food for Education program. Photo by Helen Blakesley/CRS

McGovern-Dole Feeding Program to Benefit 2.7 Million Children Worldwide

April 10, 2014

The McGovern-Dole Food for Education programs, which provides funding for some CRS programs, will benefit an estimated 2.7 million children.