from around the world

Caritas’ news and feature stories and blogs by its staff and supporters can be found here. Find out more about Caritas’ work around the world, the crises it confronts and the longer-term development it supports. You will also find stories here about the issues Caritas feels most strongly about and the wrongs it is seeking to right through its campaigning and advocacy work.

Voices from the Amazon
Caritas harnesses the power of creativity for the Global Week of Action 2019
People seriously afraid as Amazon continues to burn
Caritas fighting floods in Pakistan
Education, health care, and psychological support in Iraq
Forced migration is one root cause of human trafficking
Caritas ramps up efforts to contain Ebola outbreak in Congo
The role of faith groups in delivering sustainable development
Support still very much needed in Mozambique
Caritas elects Aloysius John as new secretary general
Caritas General Assembly inspired by Pope Francis’ Laudato Si’
“One human family, one common home” is the theme of 21st Caritas General Assembly
Caritas leads the way for humanitarian aid in Central African Republic
Caritas Easter 2019 Message
Survivors of Cyclone Idai are still in need of help
Caritas continues aid to families affected by Cyclone Idai
Caritas and LWF reaffirm shared commitment to serving the most vulnerable
Caritas Mozambique: “Cyclone Idai could be the worst crisis in decades”
Lent 2019 Appeal for health crisis in Gaza
New archbishop is symbol of hope in Iraq
Caritas reports from inside Syria
Life in Syria eight years into the war
Venezuela exports migrants with acute malnutrition
Faith in action at the World Youth Day in Panama
Two million earthquake survivors continue to suffer in Indonesia
Syria’s Share the Journey Solidarity Walk in Ghouta
Failure at UN climate change conference COP 24
International Migration Day: highlights from a year of Share the Journey
1948-2018: marking 70 Years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Hope from a Bangladesh refugee camp this Advent: “We are safe now”