It is impossible to "build back better" without cancelling the debt of poor countries and reinvesting these funds in COVID-19 response and recovery
The Catholic Church is the largest civil institution that provides healthcare in the world. It builds and runs healthcare facilities (HFCs) and is present – through Caritas and other religious bodies
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”.
Vaccines are to be considered as common property of humanity and must be made available for all with equity, justice and as a human right.
Caritas supports the community in Mahama camp to rebuild their lives, reinforcing long term development plans for restoring dignity.
Caritas believes that 11 percent of the world's population lives in hunger is an issue that must be addressed with strong political will and commitment.
Caritas found profound inspiration in Paul VI’s encyclical Populorum Progressio, where the Pontiff stated that “development is the new name of peace”.
Caritas found Juthika’s family to be extremely vulnerable and decided to give her training and help her do a small business plan.