When emergencies happen, CAFOD responds. Read our latest updates here.
As Ethiopia experiences one of the worst droughts in decades brought about by one of the strongest El Niño weather events, CAFOD is scaling up its emergency response work to reach more people in desperate need.
You can help us reach more vulnerable families who have run out of options and now need help to survive the drought.
Alongside our partners, CAFOD have expressed profound concern about the recent setback to the cessation of hostilities in Syria. An escalation of fighting during the last week of April killed many Syrian civilians.
One year on since two devastating earthquakes hit Nepal in April and May 2015, CAFOD's partners continue to work in some of the hardest to reach parts of the country, reconstructing classrooms and water systems, and helping people to make a living.
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