Other recent blog entries
20 Apr 2018 | Blog | Water | Poverty | Long-term Development
Caritas Australia works alongside several partner agencies to provide support to communities in Malawi and Tanzania through the A+ Integrated Community Development Program.
Tags: food security, development, agriculture, Africa, A+ program | No comments
4 Aug 2017 | Blog | Emergency Relief
Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire and Caritas Australia’s Sr Ivy Khoury met recently to discuss the current food crisis in East Africa.
Tags: East Africa, Africa, Rabbitohs, South Sydney, Souths | No comments
5 May 2017 | Blog | Emergency Relief | Emergencies
Currently one million people are in imminent danger of famine in South Sudan. This is 15-year-old Susanna's story.
Tags: Emergency, famine, food crisis, East Africa, Africa | No comments
1 May 2017 | Blog | Emergencies | Emergency Relief
In countries across East Africa, mothers are finding it difficult to provide basic needs to their children as the food crisis continues.
Tags: South Sudan, famine, food crisis, East Africa, Africa | No comments
23 May 2014 | Blog | Long-term Development
The Caritas movement was born in Australia in response to the community’s growing awareness of global poverty and malnutrition, highlighted by the United Nations’ Freedom from Hunger campaign. Half a century later, what has been achieved in global food security?
Tags: strengths, Africa, integrated community development, AACES | No comments
Now I can bathe every day, the distance to collect water for the family has been drastically reduced.We now drink clean, safe water and diseases are no longer affecting us.”
- Thandolwayo, Zimbabwe