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Youth in Jamaica Help Disaster Survivors Rebuild Their Lives

October 30, 2014

A youth program in Jamaica enables teens to help communities prepare for natural disasters, and helps families rebuild after a disaster strikes.

DUHOK, IRAQ. Photo by Hawre Khalid / Metrography for Catholic Relief Services

CRS’ Caroline Brennan Describes Current Humanitarian Emergencies on Catholic TV

October 30, 2014

CRS’ Caroline Brennan spoke on Catholic TV’s “This is the Day” program about some of the most pressing humanitarian emergencies facing people around the world today.

Photo by Shareef Sarhan for Catholic Relief Services

Out of the Rubble, Rebuilding Gaza

October 28, 2014

Tweets and photos from CRS’ Caroline Brennan, who is in Gaza documenting the work CRS and partner Caritas Jerusalem are doing to provide for the needs of thousands of families affected by this past summer’s violence.

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The Baltimore Sun: For West Africans in Maryland, Ebola is a Call to Action

October 27, 2014

As the Baltimore-based international humanitarian arm of the U.S. Catholic Church, The Baltimore Sun spoke with Catholic Relief Services’ Michael Stulman about the agency’s Ebola response in West Africa:

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Follow Egan Journalism Fellows on Social Media During Their Middle East Trip

October 24, 2014

The CRS Egan Journalism Fellows leave on October 25 for a trip to Jordan and Lebanon to meet with refugees and see CRS’ work firsthand. Follow their trip on Twitter with #CRSEgan.

Innovative Collaboration Aims to Bring Greater Transparency to Sub-Saharan Microfinance through Social Performance Assessments

October 20, 2014

CRS, The MasterCard Foundation and Moody’s Analytics are collaborating to use Moody’s Analytics’ social performance assessments to help microfinance institutions.

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From UCA News: CRS and other Church Agencies Respond to Cyclone Hudhud

October 16, 2014

CRS and India Church partners are providing emergency relief for people affected by Cyclone Hudhud, which made landfall in India last Monday.

CRS’ Jennifer Poidatz (right) speaks with healthcare workers who are working with CRS to stop the spread of Ebola in Monrovia, Liberia. Photo courtesy of Dr. Tim Flanigan/Brown University

Q&A on Ebola With CRS Staffer Who Was On the Ground in Liberia

October 16, 2014

A Q&A with CRS’ Jennifer Poidatz about the Ebola situation in Liberia, where CRS and partners are working to stop the virus’ spread.

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Carolyn Woo’s CNS Column – Grace in a Hyper-Competitive Culture

October 16, 2014

‘Grace in a Hyper-Competitive Culture’ by CRS President & CEO Carolyn Woo is part of her ongoing column, ‘Our Global Family,’ written monthly for Catholic News Service (CNS).

Central African Republic. Photo by Sam Phelps for CRS

From CNA: Violence Subsides in Central African Republic Capital, But What Next?

October 15, 2014

After violence again flared up last week in the Central African Republic, Catholic News Agency spoke with CRS’ Leann Hager about the country’s future.