The 10th anniversary of independence could be a starting point for a new South Sudan moving towards political stability, ensuring integral human development through community-based development activities put in place by civil society organisations.
Bombings on Gaza claimed 240 lives in just 11 days. Sr. Bridget Tighe, director of Caritas Jerusalem, welcomes the ceasefire and explains what Caritas will do to help the many people who were injured and traumatised.
Caritas Internationalis is launching a special appeal to bring medical care to the population affected by the ongoing shelling in Gaza.
Help Caritas provide essential medical services to the wounded Gaza’s population after daily air bombardments
Caritas young volunteers have been out in force in Indonesia distributing water, food stuffs and other essential items to at least 25,000 people in Indonesia following unprecedented flooding and landslides caused by Cyclone Seroja. Caritas is also providing psychosocial help for those traumatised by the disaster.
The Rohingya people have once again faced a life or death situation, in the form of the devastating fire that recently hit the world’s largest refugee camp where they are living in Bangladesh.
Caritas India has made an urgent appeal for global solidarity to help them respond to a second wave of the COVID19 pandemic which is ravaging the country.
Caritas organisations in the Caribbean islands are rallying around the island of St Vincents after 20,000 people were evacuated following the eruption of La Soufrière volcano.
Less than a month after a huge fire ravaged the world's largest refugee camp, Caritas Bangladesh raises alarm about the safety of the Rohinyga in view of the monsoon season.
Ahead of the fifth European Union donor conference on Syria, Caritas Internationalis shed light on the situation in Syria and urges the international community to act during the conference “Church and Caritas: 10 years of humanitarian response in Syria”.