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We provide humanitarian aid for people affected by natural disasters,war and conflict all around the world. In terms of development cooperation, we focus on regions at a disadvantage in which we aid people to build their own livelihoods, support agriculture and rural development, and improve accessibility and quality of health and social services.

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Caritas Czech Republic launches an appeal for Afghanistan
September 7, 2021 News

Caritas Czech Republic launches an appeal for Afghanistan

Afghanistan has long been facing conflicts, the effects of climate change and poverty. The recent takeover of the country by the Taliban will inevitably deepen the humanitarian crisis and significantly worsen the security situation in the country. A large number of Afghans have no choice but to flee the country and seek a safer place to live. A significant increase in the number of refugees in the surrounding states is expected. In response to the situation, Caritas Czech Republic is launching the appeal Caritas Czech Republic for Afghanistan to help refugees in neighbouring countries.

People in Gaza need immediate medical assistance
May 18, 2021 News

People in Gaza need immediate medical assistance

People in Gaza are at the mercy of intense air bombardment with nowhere to flee for safety. The worst escalation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in last ten years has claimed the lives of more than 200 people. Local Caritas Jerusalem is ready to respond to the urgent needs of the thousands injured and the thousands of people forced to leave their homes either because they were destroyed or because they tried to save their lives.

How Covid Grants are resuscitating small businesses on the road to recovery
May 17, 2021 CCR-Zambia

How Covid Grants are resuscitating small businesses on the road to recovery

2020 was the year that normalized devastating loss for everyone. This year, the international shutdowns and the economic shockwaves caused by the Covid-19 pandemic continue to stifle trade. In the global south, the new normal is pushing small business to the brink of extinction.

People are grateful to us, says a nurse from Moldova
May 12, 2021 News

People are grateful to us, says a nurse from Moldova

The access to health and social care is very limited for many people in Moldova. For several years, Caritas Czech Republic has been focusing on improving access and quality of services in this area, and through opening several home care centres, we have been successful. One of them is Estera in Chisinau which offers social and health care to 1 200 elderly and to people who need assistance. We are also establishing new profession in Moldova – a professional carer.