Join us at an online event
As the world we live in changes every day, both here in the UK and overseas, we want to keep you updated on how valuable your support is in the work we do and sharing how we monitoring progress and adapt to the challenges we face.
Meeting the challenge of providing clean, safe water in Bolivia
In many countries across the world access to clean and safe water is still denied to millions of people. Join us on 18 March at 6pm to hear from Nikki Evans, CAFOD Programme Officer for Bolivia who will share her work with communities in Bolivia to monitor water quality and prevent contaminants getting into the food chain.
Walking for Water in Ethiopia
Teamrat Belai and CAFOD Writer Mark Chamberlain for a discussion about the challenges facing Ethiopia and how we work to provide clean water in dry areas.
We'll hear all about the people Mark met on his recent trip and what happened when Mark joined 23 year-old Abdella on his daily 5 hour trek for water.
If you were unable to sign up to one of our live interviews, please do listen to the recordings and contact us if you have any further questions you would like answered.
Hear directly from CAFOD teams working on the ground about how we are expanding and adapting our programme work to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis.
Clare Dixon, Head of Region, Latin America and Caribbean and Montse Fernandez, Programme Manager, Central America give an overview of the impact of Coronavirus in the region and update us on how partners are responding.
Hombeline Dulière, Emergency Programme Manager, Syria and Sarah Burrows, Emergency Programme Officer, discuss the impact of Coronavirus in Syria and the wider region.
James Marchant, Head of Region, Africa and Mwila Mulumbi, Programme Officer, Zambia tell us how Zambia is adapting to COVID-19, including an update on Lilian, who we met during the Lent 2016 appeal.
CAFOD staff working in Lebanon, Yemen and South Sudan share the challenges of long term emergency work.