Chris Herlinger

International correspondent

Chris Herlinger is GSR’s international correspondent and also writes on humanitarian and international issues for NCR. He has reported from South Sudan and Darfur, Sudan, as well as numerous other locales, including Haiti, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Israel and the Occupied Territories, Kenya and Ethiopia and Liberia. He is the co-author, with Paul Jeffrey, of books on Haiti and Darfur, published by Seabury, and a third, Food Fight: Struggling for Justice in a Hungry World, released September 2015.

Articles by Chris Herlinger

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Capitalizing on Women's Marches: 'We need to organize, not agonize' Jan 26, 2017 Story : News
The state of the refugee in 2017 Jan 12, 2017 Story : Blog
'Accompaniment' spiritually underpins sisters' missions in Haiti Jan 9, 2017 Story : News
Hope propels Haiti forward in spite of the obstacles it faces Dec 27, 2016 Story : Blog
Q & A with Sr. Matthias Choi, caring for Haiti's neglected elderly Dec 6, 2016 Story : Blog
In Haiti, poverty is the problem, chronic hunger the result Nov 18, 2016 Story : News
Q & A with Sr. Janet Lehmann, directing a nursing program in Haiti Nov 10, 2016 Story : Blog
Q & A with Sr. Valorie Lordi, keeping an eye on Haiti post-Hurricane Matthew Nov 3, 2016 Story : Blog
Four weeks after Hurricane Matthew, Haiti's needs remain dire Oct 31, 2016 Story : News
Haitians face endless cycles of recovery while aid groups come and go Oct 24, 2016 Story : Blog
Sisters respond to Haiti's needs after Hurricane Matthew brings a 'world of hurt' Oct 13, 2016 Story : News
Sisters in Haiti focus on Hurricane Matthew, earthquake recovery during election season Oct 6, 2016 Story : News
At the Haitian-Dominican border, a ministry to help the displaced who 'fight to survive' Oct 3, 2016 Story : News
First UN summit on refugees and migrants calls all member states to protect them Sep 22, 2016 Story : News
Putting women's contributions -- support and suffering -- into war history Sep 13, 2016 Story : Blog
Spanish sister killed in Haiti described as 'energetic, enterprising, a woman of vision' Sep 6, 2016 Story : News
Q & A with Fr. Roger Landry on the UN's exhibit on Mother Teresa Sep 1, 2016 Story : Blog
Look to the sisters for an example of humanitarian aid done right Aug 19, 2016 Story : Blog
Q & A with Sr. Tamam Salame, leading a Lebanese hospital through financial challenges Aug 16, 2016 Story : Blog
Catholic sisters among those embracing international efforts against human trafficking Jul 29, 2016 Story : News
Sisters urge UN to remember grassroots work in pursuing development goals Jul 28, 2016 Story : News
Sisters at the UN worry about Brexit message in an inter-connected world Jul 26, 2016 Story : Blog
Sisters nurse South Sudan's fragile peace as worry about ethnic conflict mounts Jul 21, 2016 Story : News
Uneasy peace takes hold after violence marks South Sudan's fifth anniversary Jul 15, 2016 Story : News
Catholic faith in China is traditional and deep Jul 11, 2016 Story : News