March 4, 2014

  • Caritas has been supporting partners build “child-friendly spaces” on the Turkish side of the border.  Credit: Danny Lawson
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    Providing child-friendly spaces for Syrian refugee children in Turkey

Providing child-friendly spaces for Syrian refugee children in Turkey

By |4 March 2014|

More than one million children have fled Syria as refugees. Children who used to feel safe in their homes and schools have lost everything. Some have been injured, others have seen their parents killed or arrested. Most have heard planes circling, tanks rolling by, and machine-guns going off.

February 21, 2014

  • Quand Mihret Mehari est tombée enceinte de sa fille Dagmawit, elle a appris qu’elle pouvait prévenir la transmission du VIH à son enfant en prenant un traitement. À 18 mois, Dagmawit a été soumise à un test de dépistage du VIH donnant un résultat définitif: elle est séronégative.  « Ces dix-huit mois ont été les plus longs de ma vie. J’étais si heureuse et soulagée quand j’ai appris qu’elle n’avait pas le virus ». Photo : Trocaire/Martha Welday
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    Faith-based collaboration is being sought to increase access to HIV treatment

Faith-based collaboration is being sought to increase access to HIV treatment

By |21 February 2014|

Expanding access to HIV treatment globally and strengthening the role of faith-based organizations in the provision of such services will be the focus of a consultation, co-organized by Caritas Internationalis and UNAIDS.

Concern is growing over deadly unrest in Ukraine

By |19 February 2014|

Caritas Ukraine says violence in Ukraine between police and protesters is spiralling out of control. Dialogue and a plan for peace is needed to end the impasse.

Syrian refugees in Turkey need solidarity

By |18 February 2014|

How one Syrian mother faced the trauma of becoming a refugee in Turkey and what Caritas did to help.

Immigrants to Italy face discrimination

By |3 February 2014|

I’ve spoken to many Italians who’ve told me they want their kids to go abroad to work when they’re older, because there are few job opportunities in Italy.

January 29, 2014

Lifting the lid on human trafficking

By |29 January 2014|

Pope Francis says human trafficking is a crime against humanity. Caritas and other Christian organisations work together through COATNET to expose the crime.

Buying and selling people

By |21 January 2014|

Almost 21 million people are the victims of trafficking. The vast majority are from Asia and are women. Christian organisations supported by Caritas Internationalis are working together to combat trafficking.

Christian organisations tackle labour exploitation

By |16 January 2014|

The anti-trafficking network COATNET will meet in Madrid next week to discuss trafficking for labour exploitation and domestic servitude. Moreover, members of the network will outline their common plan and collective actions for the coming years.

December 24, 2013

Advent Appeal 2013

By |24 December 2013|

Caritas Internationalis believes that it is a scandal that nearly a billion people are hungry today in a world that has the resources to feed everyone.

November 29, 2013

Caritas to launch global wave of prayer to end hunger

By |29 November 2013|

The Caritas confederation will launch a global “wave of prayer” to promote an end to world hunger on 10th December. It marks the beginning of the Caritas anti-hunger campaign, One Human Family, Food For All. The wave starts on the island of Samoa and will sweep across the globe involving Caritas organisations and many other people on all continents.

UN climate talks: Putting faith into action

By |21 November 2013|

Policy Officer Jo O'Neill reflects on a unique conference on faith communities attempts to tackle climate change and Poland's first ever Climate Mass.

Climate change talks in Warsaw

By |19 November 2013|

SCIAF believes that we have a duty to care for creation and that we should all have the opportunity to live life in dignity and to the full.

Syrian refugees in Lebanon: Born under bombs

By |4 November 2013|

Money being provided by Caritas agencies around the world is helping to provide food, clothing, blankets, temporary shelters, rent vouchers, trauma counselling and medical care.

October 30, 2013

Central African Republic: a lost generation

By |30 October 2013|

Central African Republic has descended into anarchy after rebels seized power in March. The situation has recently deteriorated with popular militias being formed to defend the local population against the rebels,

Together against poverty and exclusion debate

By |14 October 2013|

Caritas Internationalis and the EU Embassy to the Holy See sponsored a public debate Friday 11 October with Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament and Caritas Internationalis representative Justin Kilcullen.

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