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Tens of Thousands of People in North-East Syria at Risk as Winter Approaches

 6th Nov 2019    Syria

As temperatures plummet across the Middle East, CARE warns that tens of thousands of people, including women and children, in north-east Syria are at risk of facing harsh weather conditions without needed protection. Over 100,000 people are still displaced, out of which more than 15,000 are living in collective shelters, ...

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Women in Desperate Need of Assistance in North-East Syria and Iraq

 24th Oct 2019    Many

Women and children in North-East Syria and Iraq are in urgent need of assistance

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Humanitarian situation rapidly deteriorating in north-east Syria

 17th Oct 2019    Syria

Humanitarian situation worsens in north-east Syria

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The Syria INGO Regional Forum statement on impact of military developments on the civilian population in northeast Syria

 16th Oct 2019    Syria

The Syria INGO Regional Forum is concerned about humanitarian situation in Northeast Syria

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15 aid agencies warn of humanitarian crisis in North-East Syria

 10th Oct 2019    Syria

Civilians in north-east Syria are at risk and humanitarian aid could be cut off following the launch of a new military operation in the area, leading aid agencies are warning.

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CARE warns of mass displacement as an offensive is launched in northern Syria

 10th Oct 2019    Syria

Amman, 10 October 2019 – As Turkey begins a new military operation in northern Syria, CARE is deeply concerned about the risk any escalation in violence will pose to civilians.

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One Year on in Central Sulawesi, Devastated Women and Girls Continue to Face Challenges

 27th Sep 2019    Indonesia

One year after Palu, Sigi, Donggala and other areas of Central Sulawesi were shaken by a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake, and inundated by tsunami waters, thousands of women and girls face challenges in accessing safe shelter, water and sanitation facilities, as well as uncertainty about their future. Together over the ...

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The UN’s SDGs will remain a pipe dream unless gender violence is addressed, and women are economically empowered

 25th Sep 2019    USA

The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will remain a pipe dream unless world leaders accelerate efforts for the economic empowerment of women and address gender-based violence, CARE International experts say.

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World leaders miss opportunity to address climate emergency at UN Summit, says CARE International

 24th Sep 2019    None

Today’s United Nations Climate Action Summit was a missed opportunity for world leaders to mount a response commensurate with what scientists, cities, organizations and more than four million people worldwide are declaring a climate emergency. Decades of human and economic development are at risk and trillions of dollars of opportunity ...

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Counter-Terrorism Frameworks and Safeguarding Humanitarian Space: Humanitarian Recommendations ahead of the UNGA High Level Side Event

 23rd Sep 2019    None

As humanitarian organisations committed to upholding humanitarian principles, we work to ensure that aid goes to all those who need it. Principled humanitarian action requires us to engage with all parties to a conflict so we can reach people most in need. To ensure that aid is not diverted or ...

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