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Civil war breaks out in Somalia, where CRS has been working with partners for 30 years providing health, water, nutrition and agricultural projects. Approximately 350,000 Somalis die from war, disease and starvation. CRS closes its offices in Mogadishu in 1994, a year after rebels shoot down 2 U.S. Black Hawk helicopters, resulting in 19 deaths and causing a heated battle that kills hundreds more Somali civilians. CRS returns to Somalia in 2011 in response to drought and famine.

“The collapse of the government in Somalia in 1991, brought a vicious period of civil conflict between rival warlords. As is so often the case, this resulted in famine and starvation for the innocent victims caught in the midst of the fighting. CRS responded by providing relief food and medicine for the people in the villages surrounding Baidoa, establishing a vital lifeline for 120,000 Somalis. The situation was fragile and dangerous, the risks to our staff were substantial, but the need of the people is always the determining criteria for CRS.”

—Lawrence A. Pezzullo, CRS executive director, 1983-1992

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CRS is forced to evacuate Rwanda during a genocide that kills more than 1 million people in 100 days. Within weeks of leaving, CRS staff operating from Burundi and Uganda deliver emergency relief to thousands of traumatized people.

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Introspection after genocide in Rwanda moves CRS to re-examine our role in world events and rediscover Catholic social teaching. The "justice lens" is established as a way of looking at our programming to ensure that it not only meets immediate needs, but also asks: What would a just world look like? How can we achieve this mission?

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Mother Teresa visits CRS headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Mother Teresa on her 1996 visit to CRS world headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland. From left to right are Mother Teresa, Ken Hackett (CRS president, 1993-2011), Sean Callahan (current CRS president and CEO) and Bishop John H. Ricard (CRS Board Chairman, 1996-2002).

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CRS staff Kathleen Kahlau sits with Mother Teresa during her visit in 1996.

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Mother Teresa visits with staff and children at CRS world headquarters.

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Mother Teresa addresses staff at her visit to CRS headquarters.

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A letter presented to CRS by Mother Teresa on her visit to CRS headquarters on May 30, 1996.

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Mother Teresa in front of CRS headquarters.

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Mother Teresa continues her visit to CRS headquarters.

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Mother Teresa greets CRS staff. Current President and CEO Sean Callahan worked with her and the Missionaries of Charity in India.

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CRS responds to Hurricane Mitch, one of the worst hurricanes to hit Central America, killing 10,000 people. Emergency response and recovery programs in Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala and El Salvador are the first to use our new justice-focused approach to help impoverished communities enhance the relationships they need to build back better.

“Hurricanes, earthquakes, droughts and wars have befallen our country. … I like to think of the people of Nicaragua like the phoenix, rising out of the ashes to fly again. They possess a strong spirit that will prevail.”

—Cardinal Miguel Obando Bravo, Archbishop of Managua

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Supplies are unloaded at Augustin Alonzo School, which serves as a shelter for 500 people left homeless by Hurricane Mitch.

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In a photo taken 43 days after the hurricane, a Honduran boy sits on the rubble left by flooding and mudslides throughout the region.

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An overturned bus rests along the bank of the Choluteca River.

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Supplies for Hurricane Mitch survivors are unloaded and sorted at the airport.

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CRS organizes water and sanitation programming in Guatemala as a response to Hurricane Mitch.

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CRS helps with an emergency distribution in Guatemala.

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In Honduras, a mother and daughter embrace just over a month after Hurricane Mitch hit.

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CRS responds to devastating earthquakes in Turkey.

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CRS leads international relief efforts during the Balkan conflict.

“We want to empower parents and the community to give them a vested interest. It’s a form of ownership and responsibility. … Lack of participation in civic life has been the biggest threat to the region.”

—Kate Moynihan, CRS Kosovo zonal director

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Staff unload tents for Albanian Kosovar refugees in a CRS-managed camp in Macedonia.

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Albanian Kosovar refugees wait in line for food at their camp.

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In Macedonia, a refugee youth uses painting as a form of creative expression.

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Another young refugee showcases her artwork.

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