September 11, 2014

Caritas conference on turmoil in Middle East

By |11 September 2014|

Caritas Internationalis President Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga will open a High Level Caritas meeting 15-17 September in Rome on Syria, Gaza and Iraq.

Hundreds of villages flooded in Pakistan

By |10 September 2014|

The heaviest rains in 50 years have triggered flash floods in Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab province of Pakistan. As floods chaos continues, Caritas Pakistan workers are visiting different dioceses to assess the emergency.

Epic floods in India and Pakistan

By |10 September 2014|

Heavy monsoon rains have caused widespread flooding in Jammu and Kashmir in India and across the border in Punjab and Azad Jammu and Kashmir in Pakistan.

[Infographic] Middle East in crisis

By |5 September 2014|

Caritas has helped almost 1 million people affected by the crises in Syria, Gaza and Iraq, but with turmoil deepening, needs are growing while resources shrink.

Uncertain future for Iraqi Christians

By |5 September 2014|

Communications officer Caroline Brennan visited Iraqi Christian and other religious minorities who have fled persecution from Islamic State militants.
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    Caritas providing help for Syrian and Iraqi refugees in Lebanon

Caritas providing help for Syrian and Iraqi refugees in Lebanon

By |3 September 2014|

Caritas Lebanon is boosting its activities to continue supporting Syrian refugees. It will also help vulnerable Lebanese families and Iraqi Christians who have fled persecution.

August 29, 2014

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    [Infographic] One in three million: Portraits of Syria’s refugee children

[Infographic] One in three million: Portraits of Syria’s refugee children

By |29 August 2014|

These portraits show the tragedy of Syria’s civil war through the eyes of its children, now living in Lebanon as refugees.

Appeal for flood survivors in India

By |27 August 2014|

Caritas has launched an eight-month emergency programme to help to over 47,000 in Odisha after floods left 3.5 million people in need.

Caritas aids families fleeing into Russia

By |27 August 2014|

In western Russia, diocesan Caritas members are helping mothers and children who have fled Ukraine. Caritas South of Russia (Diocese of Saratov) is now appealing for €90,000 to respond to the influx of refugees.

Church networks battle Ebola

By |27 August 2014|

Using the expertise gained through years of tackling HIV, Caritas and Catholic Church staff are combating Ebola as the deadly virus spreads in Africa.

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.

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