August 26, 2014

Serving Ukraine in a time of crisis

By |26 August 2014|

Caritas Ukraine is implementing 5 large-scale assistance projects across the country to respond to the crisis there.

Renewed Gaza conflict threatens relief effort

By |22 August 2014|

Caritas staff in Gaza had been able to take advantage of a now dead ceasefire to deliver essential aid to the worst-hit areas. Now the fighting has resumed, it’s preventing Caritas reaching all those in need.

World needs to act on Iraq

By |22 August 2014|

Caritas Iraq’s Nabil Nissan says the international community must act urgently to end the suffering of Iraqi people.

Caritas stands with Iraqi people

By |21 August 2014|

As the conflict in Iraq deepens, Caritas Internationalis President Cardinal Rodriguez Maradiaga sends Church leaders and the people of Iraq a message of support.

Iraqi Chrisitians find safety in Jordan

By |20 August 2014|

Caritas Jordan is paying airfare from Erbil to Amman for 1000 Iraqi Christians fleeing persecution, and then shelter and other aid once they arrive in Jordan.

Caritas aiding flood evacuees in Nepal

By |20 August 2014|

Caritas Nepal is responding to massive flooding in Nepal, where continuous rainfall last week wiped out homes, roads and crops and sent people fleeing from their homes.

Caritas relief reaches families in Iraq

By |18 August 2014|

Caritas is providing food, water, bedding and essential living supplies to Christian, Yazidis and other religious minorities as they flee violence in Iraq.

Darfur: A day in the life

By |8 August 2014|

For the last ten years Caritas's partner Norwegian Church Aid(NCA) have been at the forefront of running life-line services for camp residents. Babiker, an NCA aid worker, who comes from the area, takes us through a typical day's work.

Caritas aids Iraqi minorities fleeing fighting

By |6 August 2014|

Shia Muslims, Christians and Yazidi are fleeing violence in their thousands as extremisits seize more territory in the north of Iraqi. Caritas is providing food and other aid to those in desperate need..

Darfur ten years after

By |6 August 2014|

Ten years since the conflict began in Darfur 1.4 million people are still living in camps. CAFOD’s Nana Anto-Awuakye has recently returned from Darfur and shares her reflections on what life is like for Darfur’s camp communities.

Map to saving lives in the Philippines

By |5 August 2014|

A 'Risk Map' is helping communities in the Philippines make their own plans on how to be better able to resist future natural disasters in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.

24 hours in Gaza

By |5 August 2014|

Caritas staff continue to provide aid and medical care to the people of Gaza. One of them talks about his daily life.

Darfur voices: Farming hands

By |4 August 2014|

People are finding it increasingly difficult to return to their villages because of the ongoing conflict between government and rebel groups and the inter-ethnic fighting between tribes, and so they are doing what they can to make a life for themselves inside the camps.

Darfur voices: Vulnerable families

By |4 August 2014|

Caritas’s partner Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) provided vulnerable families like *Rawia's with household items.

Darfur voices: Providing water

By |4 August 2014|

One of the great successes of NCA’s incredible ten-year, humanitarian programme in Darfur is how together with residents, the organisation brought water to the camp.

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