What we do

We help where we are needed. We provide immediate humanitarian aid to people affected by war or natural disaster. As part of our development cooperation, we help people to cut loose and make a living. We focus on the development of health care and social protection as well as  rural development and environmental protection and actively work on systemic changes in Georgia.

How the income of farmers from Mountainous Georgia increases
October 24, 2022 News

How the income of farmers from Mountainous Georgia increases

Caritas Czech Republic has been working on capacity-building and the improvement of the socio-economic conditions of farmers in Georgia for many years. In 2022, our organization implements a project that aims at increasing the income of beef farmers from Mountainous Georgia by ensuring efficient production resources and inputs, the necessary knowledge, market access, and value-added opportunities. Within the framework of the project, we have already retrained farmers and veterinarians and identified demonstration plots for introducing the practice of rotational grazing. Further, we are planning to distribute grants for purchasing necessary equipment for cattle farming.

Jean from Zambia is now the owner of a cassava processing business thanks to Caritas Czech Republic
October 12, 2022 Humanitární pomoc a rozvojová spolupráce Charity ČR

Jean from Zambia is now the owner of a cassava processing business thanks to Caritas Czech Republic

Jean Makunga Habukali is a farmer living in Mongu, located in Zambia's Western Province. Jean was a radio presenter, but she lost her job in 2018. After that, Jean started farming cassava and cashew, however, she lacked proper facilities. Caritas Czech Republic provided Jean with cassava processing equipment and adequate space. Thanks to our help, Jean is now the proud owner of her own cassava farm.

Children from mountainous village of Georgia now can play with natural wooden toys
October 10, 2022 News

Children from mountainous village of Georgia now can play with natural wooden toys

Natural wooden toys are becoming increasingly popular due to their quality, durability and biodegradability. In recent years, parents living in Georgia prefer wooden toys to plastic ones. That is why Jambul Tsulukidze, a resident of mountainous Adjara of Georgia decided to establish wooden toys and accessories workshop, for which he obtained a grant of 22 470 euros within the framework of the ENPARD Khulo project funded by the European Union.

I can finally grow vegetables again, despite ISIS, says Ziyad from Iraq
October 10, 2022 Humanitární pomoc a rozvojová spolupráce Charity ČR

I can finally grow vegetables again, despite ISIS, says Ziyad from Iraq

Ziyad from Iraq had been a farmer all his life until ISIS drove him from his farm. His burnt and devastated farm has now been rebuilt thanks to the help of Caritas Czech Republic. His tomatoes, olives and cucumbers are now feeding him again. In addition, he gives work to other Iraqis.

Lilia from Kyiv can now help her daughter get a proper education
October 6, 2022 Humanitární pomoc a rozvojová spolupráce Charity ČR

Lilia from Kyiv can now help her daughter get a proper education

Lilia Yarova is a widow from Kyiv, Ukraine. She was forced to leave her home and a job in the capital because of the war. Together with her daughter, they found refuge in the Lviv region. Thanks to the financial support from Caritas Czech Republic, Lilia can afford to send her daughter to school.