Lutheran World Relief in concert with Corus International
Founded in 1945 to serve World War II refugees, Lutheran World Relief has grown into a leading international development and humanitarian action organization that specializes in growing inclusive, climate resilient rural economies and agricultural livelihoods to reduce poverty.
Lutheran World Relief is part of Corus International, an ensemble of global leaders in international development and humanitarian assistance. In addition to Lutheran World Relief, the Corus family of organizations includes global public health agency IMA World Health, U.K.-based technology for development company CGA Technologies, impact investing group Ground Up Investing, and direct trade company Farmers Market Brands.
We operate as permanent partners, integrating expertise, disciplines, approaches and resources to overcome global health challenges, develop productive and stable economies, improve resilience in the face of climate change, and respond to natural disasters and humanitarian crises.