Emergency

2/16/16

A Woman in Action: Stepping Up for Resilience

It was a sunny morning in the laid-back village of Plaridel in the town of Dagami, Leyte. People started entering a small community chapel to attend CARE’s Community Risk Assessment training.

2/12/16

CARE response to “cessation of hostilities” in Syrian conflict

CARE: “Cessation of hostilities” welcome, but at what price?

2/10/16

CARE mobilizing aid as civilians flee advancing military, airstrikes in north and south

AMMAN (February 10, 2016): CARE, the global humanitarian organization, is mobilizing additional supplies to assist civilians trapped in the on-going conflict in Syria, which has escalated in recent weeks with military advances on major centers held by opposition forces. 

2/8/16

Extreme poverty Skyrockets to 88 Percent in southern Syria, according to “Forgotten South” Report

CARE, NRC and RFSAN (FAO, iMMAP) release “The Forgotten South: Food Security and Livelihoods in southern Syria”

2/4/16

CARE applauds additional U.S. assistance to the Syria Crisis; more sustainable solutions needed for the region

WASHINGTON- (February 4, 2016)- World leaders convened in London today to focus on finding solutions and making more than $10 billion in commitments to support Syrians affected by the five-year ongoing war in Syria. The U.S.

2/2/16

There will always be a solution as long as we have food

Collective savings and access to loans have helped a group of women in Ethiopia cope longer with the ongoing drought, but now resources are running out.

2/2/16

A labour of love

36 year old Sana makes the scenic drive up winding mountain roads to nearby olives groves on a daily basis. But she’s not appreciating the view. Sana is hidden behind blacked out window in a crammed mini bus, and the sun hasn’t even risen yet.

2/2/16

Surviving yet another winter

Refugee life in Jordan faces a myriad of problems, and almost every single one of these is exacerbated during the winter months from November till March. Life gets harder; both for those renting small apartments in the city and the even less fortunate in the refugee camps.

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