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Yayasan CARE Peduli (YCP) poised to respond to Sulawesi earthquake

 15th Jan 2021    Indonesia

On Friday 15 January a powerful 6.2 magnitude earthquake rocked West Sulawesi island, killing at least 37 people, destroying a hospital and severely damaging other buildings. It is estimated that around 2.17 million people have been affected.

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CARE International responds to US Secretary of State Pompeo’s decision to designate Houthi’s as a foreign terrorist organization.

 11th Jan 2021    Yemen

In response to Secretary of State Pompeo's announcement of a terrorist designation in Yemen, CARE is extremely concerned that a group terrorist designation of the de facto authorities in northern Yemen will have devastating consequences for millions of people in need of urgent humanitarian support.

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New CARE report: The 10 most under-reported humanitarian crises of 2020

 11th Jan 2021    Many

CARE highlights humanitarian crises with the least global media coverage / Burundi’s conflict and food insecurity crisis ranks n° 1

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CARE calls for the urgent protection of civilian populations in Niger in line with international law

 7th Jan 2021    Niger

"100 dead and dozens of wounded following the attack on two villages in western Niger on Saturday January 2, 2021"

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CARE Zimbabwe launches Takunda, a $55M USAID Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance Resilience Food Security Program

 6th Jan 2021    Zimbabwe

The funding will provide program participants with transformational opportunities to improve economic opportunities, reduce hunger, and give voice to marginalized populations, including women and girls.

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CARE deeply concerned about ongoing crisis in Ethiopia

 4th Jan 2021    None

(December 23, 2020) – As a humanitarian organization working in Tigray Region, Amhara and Afar, CARE is deeply concerned about the ongoing crisis throughout the region, and its impact on the lives of civilians. We are also deeply distressed and saddened by the impact on our humanitarian aid worker colleagues, ...

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CARE: Life-threatening situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina - “Migrants are left with sandals in the snow”

 4th Jan 2021    None

28th of December 2020 - After the closure of the temporary refugee camp in Lipa (Bosnia and Herzegovina) 1,300 people are still left without any shelter, heating and protection from heavy snowfall and decreasing temperatures. CARE International urges local and European authorities to step up their efforts to provide proper ...

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No tourists, now a super storm: Cyclone Yasa could be a double disaster for Fiji

 16th Dec 2020    Fiji

The aid agency CARE is warning that a Category 5 cyclone heading towards Fiji could be catastrophic for the island nation already grappling with the loss of tourism income.

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Aid organisations call for safe and unhindered access to fight impact of hunger and conflict in 2021.

 1st Dec 2020    None

Geneva, 1 December – With the United Nations estimating some 235 million people across the globe will be in need of life-saving support in 2021, it is vital that aid organisations have unhindered access to those most in need and humanitarian appeals are fully funded, seven* NGOs said today.

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The international NGO community in Nigeria strongly condemns the killing of civilians in Koshobe, Borno State

 1st Dec 2020    Nigeria

ABUJA, 30 November 2020 – The international NGO community in Nigeria is shocked by the attack by non-state armed groups (NSAGs) of Saturday 28 November, 2020 in the village of Koshobe, Jere Local Government Area, Borno State. The attack resulted in at least 86 civilians killed, with unconfirmed reports of ...

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