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Ebola Kills Over 1,500 in the Democratic Republic of Congo

 25th Jun 2019    Democratic Republic of Congo

The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has now killed more than 1,500 people and infected over 2,200 since its onset last August. Lack of security in the locations where the virus has spread, which are also some of the country’s most densely populated areas, as well ...

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A win for women worldwide: Historic global treaty to end violence and harassment at work agreed today

 21st Jun 2019    Global

Two years after launching its #March4Women global campaign, CARE International applauds governments, employers, and workers for today agreeing a new International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention on ending violence and harassment in the world of work.

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World Refugee Day: The world's poorest countries shoulder the burden of the global refugee crisis

 18th Jun 2019    Global

he world's poorest countries continue to shoulder the burden of the global refugee crisis, international aid agency CARE International has warned today.

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Mozambique cyclone appeal allots less than 1% to needs of women and girls

 1st Jun 2019    Mozambique

Ahead of this this week’s donor conference in the cyclone-ravaged city of Beira, Oxfam, Save the Children and CARE are calling on donors to meet or exceed a proposed $5 million target for gender programming to support women and girls in reestablishing their lives.

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Violence and Destruction Leaves Two CARE-Supported Healthcare Facilities Out of Service in Syria’s Northwest

 31st May 2019    Syria

The spike in violence in northwest Syria has forced CARE International to suspend some of its aid provision, including at healthcare facilities and community centers for women and girls.

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Cyclone Idai Faded from News Headlines, But Its Larger Impact is Yet to Be Felt.

 28th May 2019    Mozambique

en weeks after Cyclone Idai struck southern African nations, communities in central Mozambique are still struggling to rebuild their lives. After entire villages were destroyed, many Mozambicans are still living in tents in displacement camps, or in improvised sheds that are not suitable for living.

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Less than 1 % of humanitarian aid spent on protecting women from violence in crisis, CARE warns Oslo conference

 22nd May 2019    Global

CARE International will this morning (23 May 2019) challenge global leaders to commit long-term, predictable funding mechanisms for the protection of women from gender-based violence abuse during crises and conflicts.

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”Terrifying storm of bombs” in Yemen capital kills sleeping family

 16th May 2019    Yemen

Hours after the UN Security Council heralded the success of the handover of Hodeidah port as a vital step in the peace process, intensive airstrikes launched on Sana’a this morning have shattered any glimmer of hope for peace in the near future

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Communities bend, they do not break in the face of disaster and climate change

 15th May 2019    Global

In the advent of the Global Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction (GPDRR), CARE releases a new publication, We Bend, We Do Not Break. The publication features some of the poorest and marginalized who have become leaders in climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction. This publication features inspirational stories of ...

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Over a Hundred Thousand Civilians Have Nowhere to Seek Refuge as Violence in Syria’s Idlib Intensifies

 10th May 2019    Syria

CARE International is extremely alarmed by the recent escalation of violence in northwestern Syria, including in areas in and around the demilitarized zone.

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