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In the news

1/13/16

Associated Press: Aid convoys reach 3 Syria Communities Besieged for Months

CARE was mentioned in this Associated Press story about aid reaching Madaya, a besieged community in Syria, as an international aid organization that “welcomed the aid convoy...

12/31/15

ABC7: New CARE Packages aim to help Syrian Refugees this Winter

Michelle Nunn, CARE’s President and CEO, was quoted in this recent story from ABC 7, San Francisco’s ABC affiliate, about Syrian refugees and CARE’s original CARE Package. ...

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