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What do refugees want from the London Conference on Syria?
by Holly Frew, CARE USA
February 4 could be a momentous day for Syrians, both refugees and those displaced inside Syria. A major global summit in London focused on finding a Read More
Firewood rations for Syrians, not a solution
by Abu Malek
I can only hope the situation will not be as bad as last year. Last winter, it was freezing cold. Even the weather did not have mercy with us. Every few days, we faced Read More
Yemen – The crisis the world forgot
Small talk can be difficult with someone who lives in Yemen.
Questions about family often turn to dead relatives.
Talk about a bad night’s sleep and you might find yourself in a Read More
South Sudan: Building Peace in Our Communities
by Mawa Seme
Monday 21 September brought a great deal of rain to the town of Pagak in Maiwut county, Upper Nile state. But it didn’t dampen the joy and excitement among the Read More
Social media is more than just games
With the proliferation of internet on mobile devises, an unprecedented number of people find themselves connected online. In India, access to information and the internet has ballooned lately, Read More
What does behavior have to do with it?
The science around what to deliver in maternal and newborn health is well-established, but the science on how to do it, effectively and efficiently, is not.
Insights from behavioral and Read More
A Good Life is Waiting for Me
Meet Thumpa. At 16 years of age, she's slight and shy, but she's already made a decision that will change her life for the better. She has prevented her own child marriage.
Last year, her Read More
Enifa's Journey from Worries to Smiles
Today, Enifa Onani has no worries—only smiles. Today, hunger and poverty are history in her household. That’s a big change from 2013, when she got divorced. Before the divorce, she relied Read More
How a Potato Turns Into School Books
Admasu Mulu, 45, and his wife, Melkam Achamyelhu, 35, are very delighted when they talk about what has changed in their lives over the last three years.
"No more worries on how to Read More
Northern Iraq: Summer ends, winter begins. But the fear remains.
Jacqueline Dürre is CARE Project Coordinator for Kurdistan-Iraq. In her blog, she writes about encounters with families who have been displaced over a year ago and still live in exile. Read More