Caritas Nigeria holds prayer day to #BringBackOurGirls

By |8 May 2014|

Caritas Nigeria has joined campaigners around the world to call for the rescue of 230 school girls abducted by terrorists in the north of the country in April.
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    Born in conditions like Jesus in manger in Central African Republic

Born in conditions like Jesus in manger in Central African Republic

By |5 May 2014|

Caritas Central African Republic President Archbishop Dieudonné Nzapalainga of Bangui says urgent humanitarian action is need in Yaloké where humanitarian conditions for people trapped by the conflict have become inhumane

Prize of 10,000 euros for women beating hunger

By |5 May 2014|

In places where people were starving, women are now feeding their families and communities. Caritas and the Fidel Goetz Foundation want to celebrate the achievements of these women.

Church hospital bombed in Nuba Mountains in Sudan

By |5 May 2014|

The Mother of Mercy Catholic Hospital, the last remaining hospital in Sudan's Nuba Mountains, has been bombed by planes. The local bishop has strongly condemned the attacks.

Bad weather adds to misery in South Sudan

By |22 April 2014|

The start of the rainy season has washed away temporary shelter in relief camps housing people fleeing the violence in South Sudan.

Good Friday killing of priest in Central African Republic

By |20 April 2014|

The president of Caritas Central African Republic has strongly condemned the Good Friday killing of a priest in the diocese of Bossangoa.
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    Bishop of Bossangoa released after kidnapping in Central African Republic

Bishop of Bossangoa released after kidnapping in Central African Republic

By |17 April 2014|

Bishop Nestor Azagbya Nongo of Bossangoa and three diocesan priests were kidnapped by former-Seleka rebels. They were later freed by African peacekeepers.

Next stage launched to prevent spread of Ebola in Guinea

By |15 April 2014|

Caritas Internationalis is launching an emergency appeal in response to the Ebola outbreak in the West African country of Guinea.

Help Senegal battle hunger

By |15 April 2014|

Almost a fifth of households in Senegal are going hungry. The situation is predicted to worsen over the next few months.

Hunger in Niger could double without action

By |14 April 2014|

Caritas has launched an appeal for funds in Niger where over 4 million people are going hungry because of food shortages. It aims to raise 3 million euro (US$4.2 million) so the people of Niger will have food.
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    Niger bishop on the effect of hunger on his life and his country

Niger bishop on the effect of hunger on his life and his country

By |14 April 2014|

There are four million people who are desperately hungry in Niger now after poor rains which affected the harvest. If we don’t do anything, that will double to seven million within two months. That’s half the population of the entire country.

Growing up hungry in Malawi

By |9 April 2014|

An interview with Carsterns Mulume, National Director of CADECOM, the Catholic Development Commission in Malawi (Caritas Malawi) on how a childhood poverty inspired him to campaign for an end to hunger in his country.

Lifeline to Sudan’s beseiged Nuba Mountains

By |8 April 2014|

Caritas supports a hospital in the isolated and cut-off Nuba Mountains in Sudan. Conflict has left the region facing a food emergency with one in five households affected.

Malian refugees in Burkina Faso get solar cookers

By |7 April 2014|

Caritas has been helping Malian refugees in Burkina Faso make the most of the region’s scorching heat by providing solar cookers.

One million in 100 days flee homes in South Sudan

By |4 April 2014|

About 3.7 million people, close to one-third of the total population, are already at severe risk of starvation in South Sudan. If aid doesn't reach them by the end of May it maybe too late.

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