Seas and Walls: Why do people migrate?

Por |6 November 2015|

Recent Caritas report enables a better understanding of the events that force people to become migrants.

Aid and compassion for refugees in Croatia

Por |5 November 2015|

Caritas Croatia has a large operation in Opatovac, with 56 volunteers working day and night to provide food and clothes. The organisation has also supplied 200 bunk beds for weary refugees.

Agua potable después del Haiyan

Por |5 November 2015|

Inmediatamente después del desastre, los equipos de Caritas impartieron formación sobre higiene al mismo tiempo de distribuyeron kits de saneamiento.

Tifón Haiyan: dos años después el clima no ha cambiado

Por |5 November 2015|

Cáritas afirma que es necesario alcanzar un acuerdo sobre el clima que sea universal y vinculante para salvar así millones de vidas y disminuir los dramáticos fenómenos climáticos, como el del súper tifón Haiyan en Filipinas.

Medical care for refugees in Slovenia

Por |4 November 2015|

Volunteer doctors from Caritas Hungary are leading the medical response for refugees and migrants crossing Slovenia.

Tea for 6,000 refugees a day in Croatia

Por |4 November 2015|

Caritas volunteer Renato Seifert makes tea for an entire camp of refugees crossing Croatia. That's 4,000 litres a day for 6,000 people.

Quake survivors in Pakistan need winter help

Por |3 November 2015|

Kamran Chaudhry from Caritas Pakistan travelled to high remote mountains in Pakistan to visit communities hit by a powerful earthquake.

Aid for quake survivors in Pakistan

Por |29 October 2015|

Caritas will provide immediate shelter and warm bedding to 1200 families in Pakistan who survived a deadly earthquake in the Hindu Kush region. The 7.7 magnitude quake affected rural areas in Afghanistan and Pakistan, damaging over 9000 houses. Caritas Pakistan is seeking international support to reach the victims in time with shelter and other aid to save their lives.

Equipos médicos ayudan a los refugiados en Eslovenia

Por |28 October 2015|

Eslovenia es el más reciente de los países que se ha visto abrumado por el éxodo de decenas de miles de refugiados y migrantes que atraviesan el sureste de Europa. En los últimos diez días, 90,000 refugiados y migrantes han entrado en Eslovaquia.

Caritas launches appeal to help refugees in Macedonia

Por |28 October 2015|

Caritas Internationalis is launching an emergency appeal to provide hot meals, better hygiene and winter clothes and shoes to refugees and migrants crossing Macedonia.

Church calls for action on climate change at Paris summit

Por |26 October 2015|

Bishops’ conferences from around the world have appealed for negotiating parties and heads of state to work towards a new international climate agreement.
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    Crece el número de refugiados en Serbia, Croacia y Eslovenia

Crece el número de refugiados en Serbia, Croacia y Eslovenia

Por |26 October 2015|

El centro de registro de Presevo para los refugiados que cruzan desde la Antigua República Yugoslava de Macedonia a Serbia registró el pasado sábado su mayor cifra, con 7.770 recién llegados.

Mexico prepares for aftermath of Hurricane Patricia

Por |23 October 2015|

Hurricane Patricia has made landfall in south west Mexico, in what is said to be the strongest storm on record. Heavy damage appears to have been avoided, but there is still a risk of major floods and mudslides.
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    Six months after the Nepal Earthquake – Q&A with Fr Pius Perumana

Six months after the Nepal Earthquake – Q&A with Fr Pius Perumana

Por |23 October 2015|

Six months ago, two devastating earthquakes hit Nepal, causing widespread destruction. Caritas Nepal, together with the global Caritas network, has been working tirelessly with families and communities as they recover and rebuild from this devastating event.

Caritas Jerusalem calls for calm

Por |21 October 2015|

Caritas Jerusalem is deeply concerned by the escalation of violence and widespread loss of civilian life in the occupied Palestinian territory and in Israel. In a statement, Caritas Jerusalem condemned attacks against Palestinian and Israeli civilians.

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