Press Releases

Press Releases

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Central America on the edge of a new cyclone season without resolving the impacts of Eta and Iota

 4th May 2021    None

[Bogotá, Colombia, 29 April 2021] Guatemala and Honduras live day by day the severe consequences that the passage of tropical storms Eta and Iota daily.

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CARE Calls For Urgent Support To Save Thousands In Somalia

 26th Apr 2021    Somalia

Mogadishu 25 April: CARE is calling for urgent humanitarian support to save thousands of lives in the country.

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Statement ahead of the ASEAN summit on Myanmar from Deepmala Mahla, CARE's Vice President of Humanitarian Affairs:

 23rd Apr 2021    Myanmar

CARE urges all ASEAN member states to use the summit in Jakarta on 24 April to push Myanmar’s military authorities to end all violations against people in Myanmar and ensure unfettered access for aid agencies.

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Youth to US Climate Summit: Leaders must look in the face of someone who has just lost their home

 21st Apr 2021    None

20 April, 2021 – This Earth Day, CARE International asks that leaders gathering for US President Biden’s Leaders’ Summit on Climate acknowledge the ongoing suffering caused by climate change, and act immediately to deliver the increased financial commitments and emissions cuts necessary to lead us to climate justice.

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Aid organisations call on governments to give a single day’s military spending to fight hunger

 20th Apr 2021    None

Only 26 hours of global military spending is enough to cover the $5.5 billion needed to help most at risk.

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Venezuela: Women and girls at greatest risk as thousands escape violence due to military operations in the border zone with Colombia

 8th Apr 2021    Venezuela

[Bogotá, Colombia, 07 April 2021] At least 5,500 people from Venezuela had crossed the border between Apure and the Colombian department of Arauca in the last two weeks. They are escaping violent clashes between the Venezuelan military and Colombian irregular armed groups operating in their territory. Women and girls crossing ...

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Biggest floods in 50 years placing women and children at grave risk in Timor-Leste

 6th Apr 2021    Timor Leste

Exceptional flash floods have hit Timor-Leste’s capital city, Dili, along with other major population centres including Viqueque. The floods have already reportedly claimed over 27 lives, with many areas remaining under water.

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CARE Statement: Mexico Generation Equality Forum “To build sustainable, feminist and fair economies, we need to act now on Women’s Economic Justice and Rights”

 1st Apr 2021    None

As one of the co-leaders of the Economic Justice and Rights Action Coalition, CARE International has been working alongside fellow leads for several months to identify critical actions needed to advance women’s economic justice and rights.

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CARE Statement on ongoing Myanmar violence

 1st Apr 2021    Myanmar

“Even before February 1st, over 1 million people in Myanmar needed humanitarian assistance, including 336,000 internally displaced people in Rakhine, Kachin, Kayin and Shan states. As the US orders the departure of non-emergency employees and their family members, the humanitarian situation in Myanmar grows even more concerning.

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Fear For Vulnerable Women And Girls As Palma Violence Displaces Thousands More In Mozambique

 1st Apr 2021    Mozambique

Maputo, Mozambique, 31 March 2021 - An escalation of violence on 24thMarch by non-state armed groups in Palma district in Cabo Delgado has left dozens killed and caused thousands more to flee their homes as reported by UN-OCHA. CARE is particularly concerned about the plight of women and girls, who ...

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