Caritas helped 4,100 displaced and host families in the provinces of Kharkiv, Dnetropetrovsk, Donetsk and Zaporizhia with grants for rent and items such as blankets and wood to prepare them for winter
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Caritas Iraq continues to provide aid to families in need, including food, health, trauma counselling and other supplies. Caritas has reached 6,250 households so far, but the conflict is escalating.
Caritas will maintain the same high level of commitment to the victims of violence during this time and remained constant, true and at their side in Darfur.
Caritas aid workers fanned out through countries like Guinea and Sierra Leone, going to remote villages, slums and towns to teach people about good hygiene and hand washing as a way to halt Ebola.
Caritas is launching an emergency appeal to help the people of Gaza who are suffering the effects of a two-week conflict.
Caritas organisation in Serbia and Bosnia Herzegovina are giving food, clothes and hygiene kits to survivors of devastating floods in South Eastern Europe.
People caught in conflict in South Sudan are at a serious risk of famine by early next year unless action is taken now. The Caritas confederation has launched an emergency appeal for €2.5 million, (US
Caritas is committed to the fight against the sale of children, women and men into slavery as beggars, prostitutes and forced labourers.
Caritas is working on the ground through Caritas Philippines and Church networks to reach people in desperate need with food and other aid.
Every single day, millions of our brothers and sisters face a struggle against poverty. But every year, Caritas members provide help and create hope for more than 24 million of the world’s poorest
Caritas in Central African Republic is providing food, medicine and protection to people forced from their homes by a widespread collapse in law and order.
Help us give a voice to millions of the world's most vulnerable people. Caritas can tell government leaders, the United Nations, and others what they need and what can reduce their suffering.
Make a difference to millions of vulnerable people in both rich and poor countries.The Global Action Fund is a “where most needed” fund that helps us fulfil our mission while having a global impact.
Our Caritas organisations believe they can do more for the poor by working together.
Caritas staff helped 1.2 million people affected conflict in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Egypt in 2014 and aims to expand its life saving aid in 2015.
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