The Syrian Civil War just reached its fifth dreadful anniversary. The war has led to the worst humanitarian crisis of our generation.
Millions of Syrians have fled their homeland seeking refuge in other Middle Eastern countries and even onto Europe. The refugees can escape the fighting, but hunger and poverty follow them.
They need the help of humanitarian agencies like Catholic Relief Services (CRS). Since World War II, CRS has come to the rescue of displaced civilians and the Syria crisis is one of its biggest operations ever.
Caroline Brennan of CRS is a senior communications officer in their
Humanitarian Response Department. She recently took time to answer
questions about the hunger crisis facing the Syrian refugees and what
people can do to help.
Read the interview at Examiner: