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.

World Day of the Sick 2020: Putting human person at the centre of each action
Modern slavery: Breaking the silence and indifference, promoting an ethic of concern
Sahel: More than 7 million are at risk of a food crisis by June 2020
Preserve the dignity of migrants by ensuring access to basic services
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2020: Walking, praying and working together
Building a sense of community in Mahama refugee camp, Rwanda
Fear, faith and Ebola
Caritas to highlight its Share the Journey Campaign at the first ever Global Refugee Forum
COP25: Unified and resolute approach is critical to combat climate crisis
Cardinal Tagle’s 2019 Advent message
Global voices on the Synod: Germany and Brazil
Caritas and the path of the Amazon Synod
Global voices on the Synod: Peru and Canada
Global voices on the Synod: South-east Asia
Global voices on the Synod: Zambia
Caritas provides twenty water tanks in Al-Hasakah
Global voices on the Synod: Oceania
Synod on the Amazon: interconnecting human beings, nature and God
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