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It’s searing in Juba today, significantly hotter than when I was here in August last year. I’m sitting in the Caritas South Sudan office with a fan on each side of the room, but it feels like I’m sitting in an oven...
The El Nino of 2015/2016 was unforgiving, decimating crops, drying up water sources and cutting communities in the Papua New Guinea Highlands adrift, as they either suffered in remote areas or left
We are continuing to work with the Archdiocese of Wellington to support Kaikōura in their earthquake recovery, particularly through our partner, social services provider Te Tai ō Marokura (based at
Migrants and refugees are facing life-threatening conditions after snow and arctic cold blanketed Greece, Serbia and south-eastern Europe.
A blog by Adriana Opromolla, Caritas Internationalis food security advocacy officer
Hurricane Matthew’s torrential downpours and 145 mph winds felled trees, swept away people and animals, and destroyed up to 90 percent of homes in some areas of the southwestern peninsula.
By Raymond Ton (National Director, Caritas PNG)
Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand environmental research and advocacy skills have been called on by Bishop Paul Mea of Kiribati in considering the Catholic Church’s response to Deep Sea Mining policy an
A strong earthquake struck central Italy early on 24 August, causing severe destruction to buildings and leaving at least 250 dead. The magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck around the Rieti region.
Written by Mary Moeono-Kolio
When the guns started firing again in Juba, South Sudan on July 7, it brought to an end the fragile ceasefire between the two factions of the Transitional Government of National Unity and forced th
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Tutu ana te puehu - Stirring up the dust