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FIGHT COVID-19: Families already in crisis are now threatened by COVID-19. Donate now to provide hand washing stations and hygiene kits to help save lives >>
Four people sit on top of a truck overflowing with luggage. A chair and large bucket are tied to the back of the truck, which is driving behind a similarly packed van on a dirt road. Four people sit on top of a truck overflowing with luggage. A chair and large bucket are tied to the back of the truck, which is driving behind a similarly packed van on a dirt road.

SAVE LIVES IN SYRIA

Families in Syria already forced from home are now threatened by COVID-19. Donate now and save lives.

For 75 years, CARE has led the way to a better life for millions of vulnerable people around the world.

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save lives,
defeat poverty,
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and fight for women and girls.

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CARE tackles poverty from multiple angles. See how we focus our efforts in the fight against poverty.

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Today’s CARE Package is a simple gift card to say thanks to the frontline workers keeping us safe as we fight COVID-19.

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Worldwide, 1.2 billion people live in absolute poverty. Most of them are women and girls. You can change that.

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