ACTIVE PROJECTS

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ukraine war refugees

CRN partners are in locations in Ukraine and assisting with evacuations. They can provide aid right now to Ukraine War Refugees with your financial donations

Afghanistan Mountains

Afghanistan

The Taliban took over Afghanistan in August 2021. Although many families were able to leave the country, several others still need assistance. Read about the 3 families CRN and its network partners are supporting in their efforts to urgently relocate.

Update - South Sudan

South Sudanese refugees in Uganda

#EndChildMarriage project started in Rhino Camp with South Sudanese Refugees. Find out more and see how you can be involved.

Yemen Starvation

yemen: world's worst humanitarian crisis

Yemen has topped the International Rescue Committee's list of the 10 countries facing the biggest humanitarian crises. View our Yemen page to see why this is the case and how you can be involved. 

Stop Child Abuse

South African Family support project

South Africa has one of the highest rates of domestic violence in the world. CRN focuses on supporting affected families with re-integration, stabilization, and restoration.

My project

Northern Mozambique

Over 10,000 people were displaced in June 2022 in Cabo Delgado Province, Mozambique. Read more how you can partner with CRN and grassroots partners to alleviate what is becoming known as the world's "invisible emergency".

WHERE ARE WE WORKING

Hover over a highlighted country to see the current crisis. Click on the country to read more.

MEET SOME OF OUR NETWORK PARTNERS

TSU
Crisis Consulting International
The Resilience Resource
Mercy Air
Rise Against Hunger
Personal Development Services
Harvesters Ministries
Community Development Centre
Member Care South Africa
SAAWE

WHO ARE WE?

The Crisis Response Network is a Christian-based NGO that coordinates a network of partners for a strategic, compassionate and sustainable response before, during and after a crisis.  The CRN is not a direct implementer of a response but, through partnerships and local responders, aims to alleviate the suffering of victims of a crisis.