Caritas supports the community in Mahama camp to rebuild their lives, reinforcing long term development plans for restoring dignity.
Action, awareness and advocacy, without forgetting prayer. These are the guidelines of the work of Caritas, today at the forefront worldwide to respond to COVID-19 pandemic.
More than eighty women in Mahama refugee camp receive Caritas training of livelihood and now could feel welcomed in a community.
Caritas, working alongside Congolese authorities and other international agencies, has helped in the fight of Ebola by operating social and psychological assistance and food distribution programs.
Madeleine Rwasa is over 70 years old. She fled Burundi after the unrest caused in 2015 by President Nkurunziza’s decision to seek a third term of office. Like around 50,000 other Burundians, she lives in the Mahama refugee camp in eastern Rwanda near the Tanzanian border. Madeleine Rwasa is alone. Her three grandchildren have abandoned ...
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.
As the political situation worsens in Burundi, the flood of refugees to neighbouring countries keeps coming
Caritas is mobilising to help thousands of people who have fled political violence in Burundi.