Caritas Internationalis' Christmas campaign is focused on COVID-19. The confederation invites its benefactors to give a safe and Christmas to all the people around the world who are suffering because of the pandemic and its dramatic consequences in terms of increased poverty and food insecurity.
It’s only by working together that we can avert catastrophic climate disasters in the Philippines following devastating typhoons.
Caritas Philippines has adopted a multi-faceted approach to protect communities in the face of increasingly aggressive climate events. Advocating for change regarding mining, quarrying and illegal logging is a key part of their work to reduce the impact of extreme weather on their country.
Caritas has launched emergency appeals for Honduras, Guatemala, and Nicaragua to help vulnerable people after devastating hurricanes.
Caritas will provide vital items people may have lost during the earthquake for those temporarily relocated by the government.
Caritas supports the community in Mahama camp to rebuild their lives, reinforcing long term development plans for restoring dignity.
Caritas Philippines (NASSA) is in communities providing food and assessing needs following the devastating impact of Super Typhoon Goni that hit the Philippines in early November.
Caritas in Colombia helped plan and rebuild a river port in the Catatumbo region, near Venezuela. Rebuilding the port contributed to efforts to link up communities in a zone previously at the mercy of rebel and paramilitary activity. The Colombian government and FARC rebels signed an historic peace agreement in 2016 following decades of civil ...