One Caritas family in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda

By |23 June 2016|

Caritas responds to the needs clearly expressed by the beneficiaries themselves. In the tent at the Mahama Refugee Camp, a “family reunion” is underway to exchange ideas on the project, their satisfaction, their needs, questions and ideas.

Caritas Krakow prepares World Youth Day

By |20 June 2016|

Solidarity finds a solid foundation in God. There is no love of God without loving the other. And God's mercy invites us to act. Caritas Krakow is partly responsible for the preparation of meals for pilgrims. Caritas volunteers will also assist disabled people in their area.

What future for Syrians in Turkey?

By |18 June 2016|

Giving the Syrian refugees something to hope for is a key. Caritas provides a space for children to play, do art, make friends and even garden.

A day in the life of a Syrian mother in Turkey

By |18 June 2016|

Yusra wakes up at 4 am. She will spend the next 12 hours in the fields picking fruit and vegetables alongside other Syrian refugees.

Increase support for peace process in Colombia

By |15 June 2016|

Caritas calls on the European Union to ensure truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-repetition for the victims of the Colombian conflict.

Laudato Si’ – one year on

By |13 June 2016|

One year since the launch of Laudato Si', Caritas has heard Pope Francis’ call and answered his challenge with a concrete plan of action.

Hospitals run out of supplies in Venezuela

By |2 June 2016|

Without a functioning healthcare system to help stave off the spread of disease in Venezuela it is falling to organisations like Caritas to pick up the slack.
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    Cardinal Tagle addresses ways to tackle food wasted during production

Cardinal Tagle addresses ways to tackle food wasted during production

By |31 May 2016|

Caritas president Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle has said that the issue of food loss needs to be looked at differently and approached through government policy, lifestyle choices and spirituality.
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    [Photos] Church and Caritas uplift earthquake affected communities in Ecuador

[Photos] Church and Caritas uplift earthquake affected communities in Ecuador

By |27 May 2016|

The Church has set up listening centers to help people process trauma and grief. Over the course of the next 12 months the Church will help Ecuador heal .

Going local at World Humanitarian Summit

By |27 May 2016|

One of the outcomes of the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul was an agreement to increase funding to local organisations better placed to help people in need.

Growing crisis in Burundi and region

By |25 May 2016|

Concern is growing as refugees continue to arrive in Tanzania, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the violence in Burundi itself, provoked by a political crisis, is not abating.

Sri Lankans’ difficulty to start afresh after floods

By |25 May 2016|

The water levels are going down now after the floods which hit our country last week but the challenges faced by communities are still very large. There are many places where people have suffered landslides in our diocese or have been evacuated due to landslide threats.

Ebola response shows vital role of religious leaders

By |24 May 2016|

The World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul hears how faith-based organisations and religious leaders were key to ending the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.

Invitation for young people of Caritas to World Youth Day

By |24 May 2016|

Cardinal Tagle says, “History tells us that young people are the beating heart of society. This is true of the Church, it is also true of the service of charity that Caritas stands for.

Aid system needs faith in religious agencies

By |19 May 2016|

Caritas Internationalis president Cardinal Tagle will urge for greater engagement with faith-based and local organisations at the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul.

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