Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

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Community members plant sisal on sand dunes to stabilize them and keep them from blowing and moving onto the farm land near the village of Anjongo, Madagascar, March 22, 2019. As acute hunger is expected to double in vulnerable populations because of the coronavirus pandemic, CRS launched an advocacy campaign May 14 to raise awareness about the world's hungriest people.


CRS kickstarts ‘Lead the Way on Hunger’ campaign

“Shadow pandemics” are stalking vulnerable communities around the world in addition to the novel coronavirus, said Sean Callahan, president of Catholic Relief Services. CRS has launched a new initiative to fight global hunger.