CARE has reached more than 50,000 people with food, cash, drinking water or hygiene kits in Niger.
NGOs urge regional leaders and donors to redouble efforts to push for a lasting peace agreement that transforms South Sudan’s trajectory from devastation to development
Even before the devastating floods in Malawi, Aida Marko, a 39-year old woman from Chawanje village in Ntcheu District had more than enough to worry about. Losing her house and a promising crop to floods worsened her situation.
JUBA, South Sudan. (Feb. 2, 2015) — CARE welcomes the signing of the ceasefire between the government and opposition forces in South Sudan.
Severity of crisis depends on the delivery of humanitarian assistance, particularly in conflict-affected states.
Over 638,000 people affected, 79 dead and 1.5 million people in need of food assistance
“It was at midnight when we heard a roaring sound and quickly we noticed that the house was filling with water. In no time the water was knee-high and I immediately decided to climb to the roof top of the house with my two children, Manesi and Marita.
It’s a brutal winter in the Middle East, which means added suffering for the millions of Syrian refugees already struggling to survive.
The region was pounded with a harsh winter storm that many refugees were unable to prepare for, and several children in refugee camps in Lebanon died.