Catholic Charities USA (our member in the United States of America) is ramping up its response to help migrants on the US-Mexico border following a massive influx in new arrivals.
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 raises its voice to condemn the indifference and lack of political will that led to migrants deaths off the Libyan coast
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.
Since this morning, we have been visiting the Diocesan Caritas to collect information on the security and humanitarian situation in the country from the weekend until today, Monday 28 December 2020. Archdiocese of Bangui In central Bangui, the situation remains relatively calm after the vote, which went well overall. There was a strong enthusiasm among ...
Caritas migrant house in Gao, also called the gateway to the Sahara, is a sanctuary where migrants can find support and advice on their journey.
On the World Day of Migrants and Refugees, promoted by the Vatican, Caritas Internationalis joins Pope Francis to draw attention to the often forgotten tragedy of internally displaced people (IDPs)...
Among the effects of COVID-19 in our societies, children are more vulnerable to become victims of human trafficking, abuse and exploitation.
On the World Day against Trafficking in Persons, Caritas and COATNET urge governments to intensify efforts to stop increased number of exploitation during the pandemic
The high density living conditions in the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh are having a serious impact on the physical and psychological well-being of the refugees, especially on children, women and refugees with disabilities.