(October 20, 2016) — Emergency teams have begun assessing the damage caused by Typhoon Haima in the Philippines, which has affected an estimated 2.7 million people and caused the evacuation of 90,000 people from their homes.
HAVANA – CARE’s team in Cuba is on alert as Hurricane Matthew heads north after battering vulnerable communities in Haiti.
PORT AU PRINCE—(Oct. 5, 2016) Hurricane Matthew crawled through Haiti on Tuesday, dumping massive amounts of rain, particularly in the southern peninsula, leaving thousands of Haitians in need of emergency assistance.
As Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti, CARE staff provided updates to various news organizations about the impact of the storm on the already vulnerable country.
PORT-AU-PRINCE—(October 3, 2016)--As powerful Hurricane Matthew barrels toward Haiti, CARE is preparing to respond to this potentially devastating storm with clean drinking water, food assistance and emergency supplies such as tarps for shelter, blankets and hygiene kits.
Amman, 21 September 2016 - A UN convoy was hit by airstrikes in northwest Aleppo on Monday night, just a few days after yet another ceasefire agreement brokered by the U.S.
NEW YORK—(September 20, 2016)-- CARE welcomes the commitments set forth by countries attending President Obama’s Leaders’ Summit on Refugees.
NEW YORK—(September 19, 2016)-- World leaders gathered today for the first ever UN Refugee and Migrant Summit to formally adopt a UNGA resolution for addressing the global refugee crisis.