On 24 and 25 May, Caritas Forum brought together the medical and social sectors to discuss the issue of the health, well-being and medical care of people living in precarious conditions.
Caritas Luxembourg was able to show its activities in Bangladesh to the Minister for Cooperation and Humanitarian Action, Franz Fayot, who was visiting the country.
Caritas Luxembourg presented today the collection of healthy and light recipes it has just published for the beneficiaries of the "Caritas Buttek" social groceries.
Living on the street is a real ordeal, both physically and morally. Homeless people are particularly vulnerable and their health is usually quite poor.
Caritas Luxembourg in action in North-West Syria with the support of the European Union and the Government of Luxembourg.
A few days before Labour Day on 1 May, Caritas Luxembourg publishes a position paper on people who sleep on the streets, in squats, in cars or in emergency centres, even though they have a job and go to work every day.
Découvrez deux de nos métiers, à travers le témoignage de deux de nos collaboratrices: Véronique Weber et Sandrine Zolynski.
Over the last few months, Caritas Luxembourg has been active in informing and sensitising its beneficiaries of non-national origin to register on the electoral lists for the next communal elections. Indeed, Caritas Luxembourg is convinced that
Dans le cadre de la campagne de sensibilisation « Rethink Your Clothes » a été organisé un événement pour commémorer la mort des victimes de l’effondrement du Rana Plaza au Bangladesh il y a 10 ans, la catastrophe industrielle la plus meurtrière de l
Caritas Luxembourg is regularly looking for volunteers. Here are our volunteer opportunities for refugees.
A big THANK YOU to all those who support us in 2022.
2.000 € collectés en faveur des victimes du tremblement de terre en Turquie et Syrie -Un grand Merci aux supermarchés Match/Smatch et à leurs clients !