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.
CARE: “Cessation of hostilities” welcome, but at what price?
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.
CARE, NRC and RFSAN (FAO, iMMAP) release “The Forgotten South: Food Security and Livelihoods in southern Syria”
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.
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.
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.
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.