Emergency

4/29/16

Earthquake in Ecuador: Hope for survivors

One of the most powerful earthquakes caused severe destruction in Ecuador. But there is hope, because of people like Juan.
 
Jonel, 30 : “I was not afraid when the earthquake hit. I immediately felt that I needed to help.”

4/29/16

Earthquake in Ecuador: “The end of the world”

One minute seems to be enough to turn the world upside down. How a child witnessed the earthquake in Ecuador.

4/26/16

South Sudan: Opposition leader’s return is chance to turn suffering into success

JUBA, South Sudan—(April 26, 2016)-- As a key part of a peace agreement signed in August 2015, opposition leader Riek Machar has returned to South Sudan, which could bring the long-awaited Transitional Government of National Unity.

4/25/16

One year after Nepal earthquake: Urgent need to accelerate reconstruction

KATHMANDU- (April 25, 2016)- One year after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on April 25, reconstruction efforts need to be accelerated, urges international humanitarian organization CARE.

4/21/16

Ecuador quake: Displaced earthquake survivors at risk of Zika Virus; CARE providing clean water and shelter

QUITO (April 21, 2016) — After a powerful earthquake hit Ecuador on Saturday, CARE International is supporting affected survivors with water, emergency shelter and disease prevention.

4/20/16

The Journey of a Refugee: Omar Almasri

The first time I see Omar Almasri, he is lying on the floor at the refugee reception centre in Sid, a Serbian city on the border with Croatia.  He is too weak to speak to me.

4/19/16

WSB-TV: Group asks for help providing relief to earthquake victims in Ecuador

A magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck on Ecuador's coast on April 16. CARE responded to the crisis providing water and other essential supplies to victims, Holly Frew, CARE's emergency communications manager explains to Atlanta ABC affiliate, WSB.

4/19/16

“Mason training on earthquake resilient building construction has widened my skills”

CARE Nepal with its local partner Group of Helping Hands (SAHAS) Nepal is training local masons to build earthquake resilient build houses. One of the trainees is 37 year old Pyaksi (Sunita) Pariyar.

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