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Amidst largescale displacement from Tigray conflict to Sudan, CARE is particularly worried about the situation for women and girls

 27th Nov 2020    Many

Khartoum, Sudan, 18 November 2020 - Clashes that started in the Tigray region of Northern Ethiopia on November 4th have already forced over 27,000 people to flee the fighting and cross the borders into Sudan with an average of 4,000 people arriving on a daily basis.

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Small-scale farmers and families struggle with economic ruin as up to 70% of Honduras’ crops and grains are affected by storms Eta and Iota

 24th Nov 2020    Honduras

Tegucigalpa, Honduras, 20 November 2020 - As one third from of the population of Honduras reels from the immediate and devastating impacts of tropical storms Eta and Iota, the long-term effects on the country’s economy, crop production and small-scale producers could be even more devastating.

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Women’s voices need to be heard; less than a quarter of those involved in Afghanistan’s peace negotiations are women, notes CARE

 23rd Nov 2020    Afghanistan

Leaders gathered at the virtual Afghanistan donor conference on 23 and 24 November 2020 must put women and girls at the centre of discussions, says CARE.

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CARE extremely concerned over spike in gender-based violence and child marriage in northern Mozambique

 20th Nov 2020    Mozambique

Maputo, Mozambique, 20 November 2020 – CARE is extremely concerned about rising levels of violence against women and girls and reports of increasing incidences of child marriage in temporary displacement camps due to desperation and people fleeing brutal attacks on civilian areas across Cabo Delgado province in Mozambique.

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Amidst largescale displacement from Tigray conflict to Sudan, CARE is particularly worried about the situation for women and girls

 18th Nov 2020    Many

Khartoum, Sudan, 18 November 2020 - Clashes that started in the Tigray region of Northern Ethiopia on November 4th have already forced over 27,000 people1 to flee the fighting and cross the borders into Sudan with an average of 4,000 people arriving on a daily basis.

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Conflict and COVID-19 Push Millions to Brink of Famine

 18th Nov 2020    Many

New CARE report exposes how COVID-19 has exaggerated food insecurity in conflict torn regions including Yemen, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Democratic Republic of Congo—and how international donors have failed to step up to prevent catastrophe

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Joint statement: ASEAN must prevent another “Rohingya boat crisis”

 16th Nov 2020    Bangladesh

Southeast Asian leaders must do everything they can to protect refugees and prevent a repeat of this year’s “boat crisis” when some 200 refugees lost their lives at sea, 16 humanitarian agencies said today ahead of the 37th ASEAN Summit (12-15 November). With the monsoon period ending and a new ...

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Food crisis deepens in Afghanistan with 42% of the population now facing acute hunger

 11th Nov 2020    Afghanistan

A new report reveals Afghanistan has been pushed deeper into an already dire food security crisis, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, extreme weather events, ongoing conflict and high food prices, with 13.15 million people, up from 11.15 million people just months ago, now facing acute hunger.

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Storm Eta wreaks havoc across Central America destroying crops and food stocks for millions already suffering food insecurity and COVID-19 fallout

 10th Nov 2020    Honduras

Tegucigalpa, Honduras, 9th November 2020 - As tropical storm Eta makes its way up to the southern United States it leaves a wake of devastation across central America and the Caribbean leaving nearly 2 million people displaced or with their crops, food stocks and livelihoods destroyed.

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No COP26, but Yes to National Climate Action

 9th Nov 2020    None

6 November 2020– In two days the UN climate conference (COP26) would have taken place originally, but due to the pandemic it does not, however this can´t be an excuse for unambitious climate action.

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