More help needed for refugees in Serbia

Por |17 January 2017|

More help needed for refugees in Serbia as Caritas provides food in shelters but thousands more face freezing temperatures in the open.

Frozen Europe increases risks for migrants

Por |12 January 2017|

Caritas is providing what aid it can to migrants and refugees facing life-threatening conditions after snow and arctic cold blanketed Greece, Serbia and south-eastern Europe.

La falta de agua en Damasco se sufre duramente

Por |7 January 2017|

Más de cinco millones de personas en Damasco pasaron el Año Nuevo sin agua. El 22 de diciembre se cortó el suministro de la fuente de Ain al-Fijah.

Mongolia faces big chill as arctic winter worsens

Por |5 January 2017|

This winter will likely see vast swathes of the Mongolian steppe affected by the extreme weather phenomenon known as a “dzud”, sparking fears of a devastating humanitarian crisis.

Crisis de hambre en el sur de Madagascar

Por |20 December 2016|

Cinco años de malas cosechas marcan lo que es ahora la peor sequía del país en 35 años, la cual ha sido magnificada por los efectos de los trastornos climáticos del fenómeno El Niño.

Todos estamos con Alepo

Por |14 December 2016|

Caritas llama a una finalización inmediata de dicho conflicto y pide que la ayuda humanitaria llegue a aquellos que la necesitan y que se proteja la vida de los civiles.

Nunca Navidad en Siria

Por |14 December 2016|

Mensaje de Navidad 2016 del Presidente de Caritas Internationalis, + Cardenal Luis Antonio Tagle

Ropa abrigada para Siria este invierno

Por |14 December 2016|

El invierno en Siria puede ser severo. Las temperaturas se mantienen bajo cero por largos períodos. Caritas les dio cupones para ropa abrigada y zapatos para los niños a 500 familias en Damasco.

Respecting fundamental right to migrate in Senegal

Por |13 December 2016|

Caritas respects fundamental right of people to migrate to improve their lives or because of instability.

Integration of migrants must be focus

Por |10 December 2016|

Caritas Internationalis says this Human Rights Day 10 December that more must be done to ensure integration for migrants and refugees.
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    Ugandan scrub turns into second largest refugee camps in world

Ugandan scrub turns into second largest refugee camps in world

Por |2 December 2016|

Up until July, Bidi Bidi in Northern Uganda was mostly sparsely populated grassland. Now, it’s the second largest refugee camp in the world home to 220,000 people.
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    COP22 sends positive signals but does not protect the poor from climate

COP22 sends positive signals but does not protect the poor from climate

Por |22 November 2016|

Following COP22, Caritas urges more action and clarification on key issues over the next two years to ensure the Paris Agreement really delivers for the poor.

Hurricane-affected communities need our help

Por |21 November 2016|

With little government presence in Haiti, people are frustrated by the lack of aid that has arrived and the Caritas distributions are welcome relief.

El Papa Francisco le pide a Caritas coraje profético

Por |17 November 2016|

Esta fría mañana de noviembre, los directivos de la Confederación Caritas Internationalis emprendieron una breve peregrinación que terminó en un encuentro con el Papa Francisco.

Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Por |17 November 2016|

Pope Francis has taken the issue of migrants to his heart, especially child migrants. Caritas Internationalis (CI) joins the Pope asking for durable solutions to protect migrant children.

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