Caritas renews appeal for Japan
CWN - June 09, 2011
Caritas Internationalis, the confederation of Catholic relief and development agencies, has announced a new program to assist those made homeless by the March 11 earthquake.
“Life is not easy for people evacuated from their houses,” said Father Daisuke Narui, secretary general of Caritas Japan. “Our first priority is to make sure our activities last and we are there for the earthquake survivors for many years to come.”
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