The COVID-19 pandemic is evolving rapidly and is likely to affect most countries. Because relationships continue and deepen even in this time of emergency, we want to offer our support in navigating the many new challenges we are all facing. None of us has all the answers, but together we can and will find solutions.
PDF GuidelinesThis document offers a list of considerations to continue or adjust key organizational functions that CRS and our partners around the world have learned through many years of responding to infectious...PDF Guidelines
Considerations for partners: Managing gender implications of COVID-19 for staff within our organizationsGiven existing gender disparities in most organizations, CRS offers the following considerations and practices to help alleviate gender inequalities among staff as we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic...PDF GuidelinesThe unprecedented COVID-19 global humanitarian challenge will require comprehensive and extraordinary responses from everyone, including national governments, public and private donors, international...PDF GuidelinesThis document is intended to provide guidance on risk communication during the COVID-19 outbreak or similar crisis, when people often do not process information as they normally would. Communication...PDF GuidelinesThis document offers recommendations to safely adapt shelter, settlement and infrastructure activities to the COVID-19 emergency. It provides guidance aimed for construction workers, managers and...PDF GuidelinesThis document is intended to provide guidance to country programs and partners on the following: 1) Assist Country programs and partners in planning and carrying out community engagement to prevent...PDF GuidelinesThis document is intended to provide guidance to partners on the gendered impacts of COVID-19, and recommendations for how these implications may be addressed in programs and operations.PDF Guidelines
PREVENTIVE AND RESPONSIVE SUPPORT TO CHILDREN, FAMILIES AND ALTERNATIVE CARE PROVIDERS DURING COVID-19The COVID-19 pandemic requires that we assess how to best adapt existing or adopt new services and programming to best serve children and families in uncertain times. An ecological framework can help...
Agriculture & Livelihoods
Changing the Way We Care/Orphans & Vulnerable Children
Safeguarding & Protection
Justice & Peacebuilding
Considerations for Social Cohesion and Peacebuilding, Protection and Social Justice, Governance and Equitable Inclusive Participation of Women, Youth and Vulnerable and Marginalized Populations during the COVID-19 Crisis