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Global 18th Jun 2019

he world's poorest countries continue to shoulder the burden of the global refugee crisis, international aid a...

Mozambique cyclone appeal allots less than 1% to needs of wo...

Mozambique 1st Jun 2019

Ahead of this this week’s donor conference in the cyclone-ravaged city of Beira, Oxfam, Save the Children and...

Violence and Destruction Leaves Two CARE-Supported Healthcar...

Syria 31st May 2019

The spike in violence in northwest Syria has forced CARE International to suspend some of its aid provision, i...

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Djordjie Kostik, Centre Co-ordinator, Miksaliste Transit Ce...

Serbia 19th Jun 2019

We meet Djordjie first thing in on a typically busy morning at the centre. He’s overseeing the arrivals of new...

“I have absolutely nothing left, except the life in me.”

Serbia 19th Jun 2019

I am the eighth of ten children, I have 8 sisters and one brother. My family didn’t agree for me to leave – it...

I Am Now More Optimistic About My Future.

Many 18th Jun 2019

​18-year-old Loujayn was born in Homs, Syria. Two years into the war and after her father passed away, she fle...

CARE International is a global confederation of 14 member and 4 candidate/affiliate organisations working together to end poverty.

In 2018, CARE worked in 95 countries around the world, implementing 965 poverty-fighting development and humanitarian aid projects.

We reached more than 55 million people directly and 340 million people indirectly.

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