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  • Investing in water invests in people. Azure is a program that mobilizes capital and technical expertise to upgrade and expand water services for the poor in rural and urban communities of El Salvador.

    Azure - Investing in Water

    This is "Azure - Investing in Water" by Citizen on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

  • Nearly 6 million people in the Sahel region of West Africa are struggling to meet their daily food needs. Severe #malnutrition threatens the lives of 1.6 million children. Caritas is appealing for urgent assistance that can save lives.

    Food crisis in West Africa threatens 6 million people

    Nearly 6 million people in Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Niger and Senegal are struggling to meet their daily food needs. Severe malnutrition threatens the lives of 1.6 million children.

  • YouthBuild is a CRS program that provides education, employment and leadership to youth in Central America. In Guatemala, the program helps young men and women discover their grit and turn obstacles into opportunity.

    Grit and Guidance Empower At-Risk Youth

    Grit-the drive to reach a goal even when life gets hard-is a value Americans live by. It's the stuff of the American Dream, which tells us we can do anything with hard work and determination. Some psychologists believe grit is a key trait for success. There's no shortage of evidence connecting the two.

  • Today, CRS celebrated its first annual Community Day! Staff across the world volunteered around the local offices where they live and work to extend our mission of serving others while also strengthening our own community of colleagues

  • In the West African nation of Niger, malaria is responsible for 1/3 of all deaths. Using a simple preventive medicine, we can protect millions of children. Watch how it works, and join us on World Malaria Day to help Crush Malaria: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQfMT

    Crush Malaria. Because we can.

    Malaria deaths have been reduced by 60% over the past 15 years, yet this disease remains one of the largest killers of children in Africa. It's time to do more. We can prevent malaria. We can treat it. With your help, we can work toward eliminating it.

  • “No one ever tells you how hard it is to give birth and become a mother, and to live a married life with your husband and new family,” says Grace Okiki, who volunteers for a local care group in the village of Kaluoch, in Western Kenya. “It can be so hard. And you’re so young.”

    Grace’s care group is supported by CRS through the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. The groups help mothers teach fellow mothers key principles, like how a child develops in the womb, how to play with a newborn, how to stimulate young minds and how to nourish growing babies.

    Supporting Mothers in Western Kenya

    Members of the Joyful Ladies care group meet at one of their twice-monthly sessions to learn about early childhood development and positive parenting. Photo by Karen Kasmauski for CRS Along the shores of Lake Victoria, in Western Kenya, new and expecting mothers are coming together to give their children a better start in life.

  • A great piece in The New York Times about our savings and lending program in Central African Republic. These savings groups can make a substantial difference for people, especially women, in incredibly difficult circumstances. They provide critical opportunities to some of the world’s poorest communities where access to formal financial institutions is nearly impossible.

    Opinion | Finance Isn't Just for Fat Cats

    BODA, Central African Republic - Nina Beina, a widowed mother of 11, couldn't wait to give me a tour of the land she had just bought. She beamed as she showed me the site where her children will build their homes.

  • This year, join us as we celebrate our 75th anniversary! Our story is your story. You bring CRS to life. You are a vital part of our past, present and future, and we couldn’t do it without you.

    CRS 75th Anniversary: The Story of Us

    In 2018, CRS celebrates its 75th anniversary. This is our story. Visit 75.crs.org to learn more.

  • At CRS, we know that a child’s playtime is crucial for their development -- especially in the first 1,000 days. That’s why we have THRIVE. A program focused on teaching mothers, with young children, skills and techniques to empower their growing babies. Pictured here is baby Shakirah who contracted cerebral malaria which left her fully paralyzed. Toys like the car her mother made are helping Shakirah with mobility.

    Play is Critical to Early Childhood Development

    Shakirah Mustafa gets a push from THRIVE II Care Group Volunteer Nelia Chinangwa. The 2-year-old is recovering from complete paralysis with the help of therapeutic play. Photo by Sara A. Fajardo for CRS "One-two-three," sings Ruth Mustafa, as she pushes her daughter Shakirah on a swing in their courtyard in Kasisi I Village, Malawi.

  • Leonor Cruz, CRS' head of programs for the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean, receives the "volunteer of the year" award from Vice President Margarita Cedeño de Fernández in the Dominican Republic for her tireless commitment to working with youth and building peace.

    Vicepresidencia de la República Dominicana

    La vicepresidenta Margarita Cedeño de Fernández entrega el galardón #VoluntariadoSolidario2017 a Leonor Cruz de CRS español. ¡Mira su historia! ??

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