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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

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Caritas Internationalis - Newsletter
Issue No. 5
To read the story in French or Spanish please click on the ESPAÑOL or FRANÇAIS icon on the top left when you have opened the page.
Para leer el documento en español o francés, por favor, hagan clic en el icono ESPAÑOL o FRANÇAIS, arriba a la izquierda cuando esté abierta la página.

Pour lire l’histoires en français, veuillez, s’il vous plait, cliquer sur l’icône FRANÇAIS en haut à gauche quand vous avez ouvert la page.
Caritas in 2009
Secretary General of Caritas Internationalis talks about priorities and challenges in 2009.
Caritas President Cardinal Rodriguez speaks out on Gaza crisis
Caritas Internationalis President Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga urged world leaders to halt the destruction in Gaza. A huge rebuilding effort is now needed.
Zimbabwe appeal: Love and hope in a time of tragedy
Nearly half the population is close to starvation. A cholera epidemic is threatening those weakened by hunger. The state is collapsing with the economy, electricity, schools, hospitals, water supply all failing.
Terrorised Congo families receive Caritas aid
Caritas brought to the world's attention Christmas massacres in Congo and is now providing 10.000 families with help.
Migration: weighing up the options
Many of the world’s migrants risk alienation, rejection and poverty far from home to create a better life for themselves and for their families. They do this because there’s no better alternative.
The crisis in Darfur gets worse
Violence is increasing in Sudan’s Darfur region almost six years after the crisis began leaving people more desperate than ever.
World Social Forum
Catch up on who is doing what at the World Social Forum on Caritas blog.

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