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National Journal: Returned Unaccompanied Children Face Bleak Future

August 19, 2014

The National Journal spoke with CRS’ representative in Honduras about what happens to unaccompanied children when they’re returned home to Central America.

From Religion News Service: Q&A with CRS on the Dire Situation in Iraq

August 19, 2014

Religion News Service spoke with CRS’ Kris Ozar about the situation in Iraq, where Ozar is leading CRS’ emergency response with our partner Caritas Iraq.


With Ebola Spreading, CRS Pushes Ahead in Fighting the Virus

August 18, 2014

CRS is responding to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa with information campaigns that debunk myths about the virus.

Four CRS Staff Honored as Humanitarian Heroes by World Humanitarian Day

August 18, 2014

CRS is honored that four of our staff in South Sudan have been highlighted as Humanitarian Heroes on the World Humanitarian Day website.

Vatican Radio: Clashes Continue in Iraq as the Displaced Seek Shelter

August 16, 2014

Vatican Radio speaks with CRS’ Kris Ozar, who is leading CRS’ effort to assist Iraqi Christians and other religious minorities who have been forced to flee their homes.

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CRS Presence, Life-Saving Aid Is Felt Across the Middle East

August 15, 2014

Catholic Relief Services is responding to crises throughout the Middle East: Iraq, Gaza and Syrian refugees.


From CNS: Central American Coffee Rust Contributes to Region’s Migration

August 14, 2014

Catholic News Service reports on how job losses due to coffee rust in Central American may be contributing to migration to the U.S.

U.S. Government Commits $180 Million to Help Prevent Famine in South Sudan

August 13, 2014

CRS welcomes the U.S. government’s contribution of $180 million to help prevent famine in South Sudan, but says the ultimate need is lasting peace.


From NPR – Amid Ebola’s Spread, One Rule Reigns: ‘Don’t Touch’

August 8, 2014

NPR reports on the spread of Ebola in Sierra Leone. The phrase “Don’t touch,” which came from a CRS staffer, has become a common slogan for preventing the virus.

As Iraqi Christians are Pushed Out, Advocates Say Obama Must Act

August 7, 2014

As Muslim extremists drive Iraqi Christians from their homes, advocates are urging the Obama administration to take action. From the National Catholic Register.