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Help Haiti Rebuild: Advocate for Better U.S. Policies

What’s already been accomplished with your help and what still needs to be done:

Fifty years of experience tells CRS that a successful approach to rebuilding efforts in Haiti must follow a coherent strategy for long-term sustainable development.  And further, it should include a coordinated effort between different U.S. government agencies and engage faith-based organizations along with other groups equipped with expertise and experience in Haiti.

Through Catholics Confront Global Poverty, a joint initiative with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, CRS is actively engaging Catholics around the country to speak out and advocate in support of the Haitian people on several legislative proposals that support reconstruction and long-term development.

Celebrate our successes!

Pending Legislation:

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One Response to “Help Haiti Rebuild: Advocate for Better U.S. Policies”

  1. Updates on Global Poverty Issues – Summer 2010 | CRS Voices Says:

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