Caritas clean up operations in the Philippines after Haiyan

By |6 May 2014|

While it doesn’t quite match the heroic images of aid work and emergency relief that is so often seen in the media, clearing debris is critical to the Caritas response in areas affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
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    Born in conditions like Jesus in manger in Central African Republic

Born in conditions like Jesus in manger in Central African Republic

By |5 May 2014|

Caritas Central African Republic President Archbishop Dieudonné Nzapalainga of Bangui says urgent humanitarian action is need in Yaloké where humanitarian conditions for people trapped by the conflict have become inhumane

Prize of 10,000 euros for women beating hunger

By |5 May 2014|

In places where people were starving, women are now feeding their families and communities. Caritas and the Fidel Goetz Foundation want to celebrate the achievements of these women.

Church hospital bombed in Nuba Mountains in Sudan

By |5 May 2014|

The Mother of Mercy Catholic Hospital, the last remaining hospital in Sudan's Nuba Mountains, has been bombed by planes. The local bishop has strongly condemned the attacks.

Shattered Syrian families wait in Jordan

By |30 April 2014|

Syrian refugee families have fled violence in their own country. Their lives are now in limbo as they wait for peace so they can return home.

Decent work is best way out of poverty

By |30 April 2014|

Catholic Church-inspired organisations reaffirm their commitment to eliminate poverty through decent work at conference in Rome.

Caritas Peru helps following floods

By |30 April 2014|

In the early morning hours of last January 26th, a downpour caused flooding in houses in the districts of Huepetuhe and Tambopata in Peru.

Minor migrants in Mexico

By |29 April 2014|

The situation of extreme poverty, armed conflict, limited access to means of development, and in some cases family pressure, is driving ever more children and adolescents from Central America to travel along migration corridors in the hope of reaching the US border, or otherwise trying their luck in Mexico.

Bad weather adds to misery in South Sudan

By |22 April 2014|

The start of the rainy season has washed away temporary shelter in relief camps housing people fleeing the violence in South Sudan.

Good Friday killing of priest in Central African Republic

By |20 April 2014|

The president of Caritas Central African Republic has strongly condemned the Good Friday killing of a priest in the diocese of Bossangoa.
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    Bishop of Bossangoa released after kidnapping in Central African Republic

Bishop of Bossangoa released after kidnapping in Central African Republic

By |17 April 2014|

Bishop Nestor Azagbya Nongo of Bossangoa and three diocesan priests were kidnapped by former-Seleka rebels. They were later freed by African peacekeepers.

Easter for Syrian Christian refugees in Lebanon

By |17 April 2014|

Caritas talks to four individuals on what it means to celebrate Holy Week away from home.

Philippines rises up after Typhoon Haiyan

By |16 April 2014|

With relief activities beginning to wind down in the Philippines after Super Typhoon Haiyan, the focus is now shifting on providing longer-term recovery support to build back their lives better and reduce reliance on emergency aid.

Easter 2014: From the desert to eternal life

By |16 April 2014|

There are times in our lives when we find ourselves lost in the desert and far from home. These are times when we feel fearful, unloved and as though our suffering will never come to an end.

How the EU can champion the fight against hunger

By |15 April 2014|

Caritas Europa says the European Union should support the eradication of worldwide hunger as a priority for the post-2015 agenda, and push for a clear definition of a “Zero Hunger” goal.

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