|Be One in a Million—Join Us to Confront Global Poverty|
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and Catholic Relief Services (CRS) call on one million Catholics in the United States to confront global poverty. Advocate with us to end hunger, disease, conflict, and other issues that affect the lives of our brothers and sisters worldwide.
|Catholics Confront Global Poverty and take action to|
|improve and increase U.S. international assistance, so people like Domingas de Sousa, of East Timor, can lift themselves out of poverty. Learn more|
|complete debt relief, so poor nations can invest in the needs of their people, like Aurelie Nyapeye, from Cameroon. Learn more|
|ensure that poorer countries’ wealth of natural resources are explored in ways that protect the environment and ensure that poor people like Yolanda Zurita, from Peru, benefit and have a voice. Learn more|
|address global climate change and help people like Bedossa Betella, in Ethiopia, adapt to its effects. Learn more|
|Photo credits: International Assistance - Sean Sprague for CRS; Peacekeeping – CRS Staff; Trade - Lane Hartill/CRS; Debt - Miranda Wattaht Ngwengi/CRS; Natural Resources – CRS Staff; Migration - David Snyder for CRS; Climate Change - Andrew McConnell for CRS.|