- Apr 11, 2021
When Michael La Civita of the Catholic Near East Welfare Association considers how the agency prioritizes where to send aid, he says the best way to describe it is like a “triage,” given the crises so many countries face.
As the COVID-19 pandemic causes a health and economic crisis in countries around the world, a new report says governments should see the Catholic Church as a partner in delivering aid and promoting other humanitarian projects.
Governments and charity organizations throughout the world are rallying to send support to Lebanon in the wake of last week’s catastrophic explosion in Beirut.
Catholic Relief Services has launched a new campaign in response to rising food insecurities around the globe.
Advocates for Christians in the Middle East seek an overhaul to the way humanitarian aid is distributed to persecuted Christians.
The incoming president of Bread for the World has personal knowledge about the kind of work it promotes.
Four aid workers for a French Christian charity disappeared this week in Baghdad at time of heightened tension in Iraq, the organization said Friday,
Michael Stulman, CRS’s Global Marketing and Communications Manager, highlighted the likely hot spots of conflict in 2020, and what the Catholic aid agency plans to do.