Crisis worsening in South Sudan

By |21 May 2014|

South Sudan is heading for famine unless urgent action is taken now to provide humanitarian aid and for aid agencies to reach those in need.

Caritas providing aid in Balkan floods

By |19 May 2014|

Caritas in Bosnia and Serbia are providing children, the elderly and families in need who have seen their homes and belongings washed away in the worst flooding in over a century.

Holy Land pilgrims look to papal visit

By |19 May 2014|

Caritas members took part in the pilgrimage to holy sites from 12 – 16 May. They witnessed the difficult lives of Palestinians and called on Christians, Muslims and Jews to work together to bring about peace.

Syrian children learning to hope

By |16 May 2014|

Syrian children risk becoming a lost generation unless they receive education. Caritas and the Church are providing school support inside the country and across the region.

Thousands flee conflict in Myanmar

By |13 May 2014|

Caritas launches an emergency appeal as thousands flee conflict in Myanmar. Around 100,000 people have been displaced in Kachin and northern Shan states. Caritas will provide water, food, health services and lodging to people wanting to return home.

Reaching desperate families in South Sudan

By |9 May 2014|

Caritas is reaching thousands of people in South Sudan with aid. In Agok, on the border with Sudan, women recieved shelter and household kits so they don't have to sleep in the open.
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    One family’s story of survival in Central African Republic

One family’s story of survival in Central African Republic

By |8 May 2014|

Nathalie Balakadja and her seven children have been living in a displacement camp in Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR), for more than four months with assistance provided by Caritas.

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.

No place like home as families rebuild in the Philippines

By |6 May 2014|

Six months on from the Super Storm Haiyan, families in the Philippines are moving into homes built with the support of Caritas organisations.

Caritas clean up operations in the Philippines after Haiyan

By |6 May 2014|

While it doesn’t quite match the heroic images of aid work and emergency relief that is so often seen in the media, clearing debris is critical to the Caritas response in areas affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
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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

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.

Shattered Syrian families wait in Jordan

By |30 April 2014|

Syrian refugee families have fled violence in their own country. Their lives are now in limbo as they wait for peace so they can return home.

Caritas Peru helps following floods

By |30 April 2014|

In the early morning hours of last January 26th, a downpour caused flooding in houses in the districts of Huepetuhe and Tambopata in Peru.

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.

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