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Suad Al Anati – Case Manager – Azraq Camp

 25th Apr 2019    Jordan

Suad Al Anati started volunteering with CARE Jordan in February 2015 and became a full time employee just over a year later. I studied civil engineering at university and worked in that sector for two years, but had to quit my job due to an emergency family situation. During my ...

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Five Years in the Desert Refugee Camp of Azraq

 25th Apr 2019    Jordan

Aysha Mousa, 39, arrived in Azraq refugee camp in Jordan on the night of May 2nd 2014, only three days after the camp officially opened. Her family was one of the first to enter the camp.

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Cyclone Idai: The fear of Cholera

 16th Apr 2019    Mozambique

It is a Tuesday morning in Mozambique: 3,577 reported cases of cholera. The number of people showing possible symptoms of Cholera increased rapidly within the last few days. I know it sounds bad, but had I stayed back home in Germany, this would probably be just another figure to me ...

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Cyclone Idai: “Our Roof was Flying like a Bird”

 16th Apr 2019    Mozambique

Voices of young girls near Beira after Cyclone Idai devastated their communities.

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Cyclone Idai: “Nothing left to feed my children”

 16th Apr 2019    Mozambique

No water. No food. Nothing, but hope.

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Bangladesh: In the drive for gender equality

 16th Apr 2019    Bangladesh

In Northern Bangladesh, the gender gap is deep, especially at the household level. Women are often responsible for carrying out all domestic chores as well as performing agricultural tasks. CARE raises awareness of gender equality among women and men to foster change, and it’s working!

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Bangladesh: New agricultural practices to cope with increased flooding

 16th Apr 2019    Bangladesh

Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable nations to the impacts of climate change. CARE helps farmers adapt their agricultural practices to the situation so they can withstand climate shocks.

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A humanitarian call to action we can’t afford to ignore

 16th Apr 2019    Global

Is development aid missing the mark on gender? More than 2,000 delegates of the World Bank member countries have concluded the Bank’s annual “Spring meetings”. Protracted crises are on the rise and at least 67 million women and girls will require humanitarian assistance this year, causing us to ask the ...

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Cyclone Idai: When tears don’t even scratch the surface

 4th Apr 2019    Mozambique

Jennifer Bose writes about her experience as part of CARE's emergency response in the aftermath of Cyclone Idai in southern Africa.

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As flood waters subside in Malawi, hunger and disease loom in temporary camps

 1st Apr 2019    Malawi

The effects of cyclone Idai, which hit Malawi two weeks ago, are still being felt as people continue to flock to temporary shelters to seek for refuge.

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