Emergency

9/22/14

Life Must Continue

Daraya is a small village in the Mount Lebanon region, about an hour drive from the Lebanese capital Beirut. This is where Ayham lives. His house is in the middle of a little forest. “I have never imagined that I would live in such a place,” says Ayham, pointing at an unfinished house.

9/22/14

More than 60,000 newly arrived Syrian refugees in Turkey in urgent need of humanitarian assistance

  • CARE assessment team on the ground

TURKEY—(September 22, 2014)--CARE is deeply concerned about the influx of around 66,000 refugees who have crossed the border to Turkey in the past days.

9/8/14

Hunger Data Experts Confirm Risk of Famine in South Sudan

Best solution to avert famine is for all parties to lay down their weapons immediately, says CARE

9/4/14

A Year Without Hope: Nyabel’s Story

The oldest of seven children, fifteen-year old Nyabel* is the de-facto leader of her family. Less than one year ago, she was in Form 4 (year 10) at her school in Bongki, and doing well in her studies, particularly in English and Arabic.

9/2/14

Nepal: Devastating Floods Leave People With Trauma

After heavy monsoon rains have caused devastating floods and landslides in Western Nepal last week, CARE is scaling up its emergency response for thousands of people affected. The floods have so far killed 123 people, 126 are still missing or feared to be dead and more than 50 injured.

8/19/14

Stretched to the limit: three months on from Oslo Donor Conference, massive increase in humanitarian funding urgently needed for South Sudan

Three months on from the Oslo Humanitarian Pledging Conference for South Sudan, aid agency CARE International is deeply concerned that aid funding remains alarmingly low for South Sudan, now the setting for one of the world’s most urgent humanitarian crises.

8/18/14

CARE: Planning for Gaza’s future must start now

GAZA/JERUSALEM - While many families are still in great need of immediate humanitarian assistance, there is no time to waste to ensure that the people of Gaza aren’t trapped in a cycle of violence and aid-dependency.  

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