Dead Sea To Red Sea Run

They Did It!

Congratulations to the CARE Dead to Red team who ran 150 miles in 22 hours and 23 minutes to raise awareness for the crisis in Syria! 

Every Person on CARE's Team Has a Story

And a reason that each of them carried across the finish line.

Going the Distance for Refugees

On March 13 a CARE team of 10 ran the famous "Dead to Red" run in honor of the 3rd anniversary of the crisis in Syria. The team was made up of CARE staff from Jordan and Lebanon - and Syrian refugees who volunteer in CARE's urban refugee centers.

They ran 150 miles from the Dead Sea to the Red Sea, starting from the Wadi Moujeb Bridge on the shores of the Dead Sea, climbing 1,755 feet as they wound through the Wadi Araba desert and then descended to the shores of the Gulf of Aqaba on the Red Sea.

Why? To bring attention to the humanitarian plight of more than 6 million people displaced inside Syria and more than 2.5 million refugees in the region.

22 Hours And 23 Minutes Through The Desert For Syria

CARE team of aid workers and volunteer refugee staff participates in “Dead to Red” marathon in Jordan and tells of their epic journey.

"Together, we will go the distance"

"I am running to make my daughter happy"

"I am running to support my friends"

"I'm running for the invisible wounds"

I Run For My Mother's Soul