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What is the current situation of people in Syria during this winter?

 17th Jan 2022    Syria

Jolien Veldwijk, CARE Syria Country Director, speaks about the harsh winter and flood conditions facing Syrians.

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CARE supports Rohingya refugees impacted by camp blaze

 10th Jan 2022    Bangladesh

A massive fire broke out at Rohingya refugee camp 16, managed by CARE Bangladesh, in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, on January 9, 2022. At around 4:45 PM (BD Time), the fire started in Block B and rapidly spread to Block C, causing significant structural damage to shelters, learning centers, latrines, and ...

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South Sudan floods lead to rising child malnutrition: ‘The baby doesn’t have milk and I don’t have money’

 20th Dec 2021    South Sudan

South Sudan is currently facing its highest levels of food insecurity and malnutrition, exacerbated by the impact of floods and displacement. According to UN OCHA more than 835,000 people were reported as affected by flooding across the country since May 2021. An average child growing up in South Sudan today ...

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South Sudan: Women and children continue to bear the brunt of the climate crisis By Robinah Baseka, CARE South Sudan Communications Manager

 20th Dec 2021    South Sudan

CARE nutrition staff are seeing the impact of the flooding in the rise in cases of malnutrition in both children under five and pregnant and lactating mothers. Every day the nutrition facilities are overwhelmed with long queues of women and babies, as the team work tirelessly to save the lives ...

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Malnutrition is not just a problem of the young: supporting South Sudan’s elderly

 20th Dec 2021    South Sudan

The health facility is already crowded with long queue of families with young children, pregnant and lactating mother’s, and elderly women and men, all of whom are the most vulnerable to malnutrition. They wait patiently for their turn to see the nutrition workers. Due to the big increase in the ...

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Our Five Fave Photos From 2021

 20th Dec 2021    Many

We found five photographers living in communities where CARE Australia works, and asked them to share their favourite images that depict daily life, and capture the ways that supporting women helps defeat poverty.

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Myanmar: My life in Myanmar

 14th Oct 2021    Myanmar

I am 13 years old, have seven siblings and live in Myanmar.

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Somalia: On the receiving end of climate change

 27th Aug 2021    Somalia

One of the heroes working on the frontlines to combat climate change and reduce the mitigate risks on communities is Kamal Farah. His job involves supporting communities in Somalia on how they can better cope with the everyday effects of climate change.

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Iraq: “We need to expand our business”

 25th Aug 2021    Iraq

In August 2014, hundreds of thousands of people were forced to flee from the Sinjar mountains when armed groups attacked the region. At the peak of the crisis, more than 6 million people were living in camps and host communities across Northern Iraq. Zubaida and Jihan are both graduates of ...

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"For me it's always August 4, 2020"

 3rd Aug 2021    Lebanon

Hayat Abou Chakra lost her son in the Beirut Explosion in 2020. 1 year after, she sat down and talked to us how life has been.

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