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CARE International is gravely concerned about the safety, rights and wellbeing of the people of Myanmar

 10th Feb 2021    Myanmar

Responding to the unfolding crisis in Myanmar, Secretary General of the international aid organisation CARE International, Sophia Sprechmann, said:

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Care concerned about continued and increased FGM practices in Somalia/Somaliland

 5th Feb 2021    Somalia

As the world commemorates International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) on the 6th of February, CARE is concerned by the continued practice which is negatively affecting girls in Somalia/Somaliland and calls for a zero-tolerance policy towards the harmful practice.

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CARE International is deeply concerned for the most vulnerable in Myanmar

 2nd Feb 2021    Myanmar

CARE International is deeply concerned for the well-being of the most vulnerable in Myanmar following yesterday’s transfer of power to the military.

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6 months on, Beirut blast still sends shockwaves through determined yet depleted Lebanese communities

 2nd Feb 2021    Lebanon

Beirut, Lebanon, 4 February, 2021 – Six months after the explosion at the Beirut port, Lebanon continues to face multiple and acute crises, with over half the population living below the poverty line and without a stable source of income. No meaningful recovery can be achieved without involving women and ...

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Aid agencies make unprecedented and united call for Biden administration to revoke Ansar Allah terrorist designation

 25th Jan 2021    Yemen

24 January 2021 – Twenty-two aid organisations working in Yemen remain extremely concerned about the humanitarian consequences of the designation of Ansar Allah as a Foreign Terrorist Organisation (FTO) and Specially Designated Global Terrorists (SDGT) which came into effect on 19 January.

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Nearly 10 Years into Conflict: Tens of Thousands of Syrians On the Run Due to Floods

 25th Jan 2021    Syria

Gaziantep, 24 January, 2021 – More than 22,000 displaced people have lost their temporary homes as heavy rains, flooding, and snow damages and destroys over 4,000 tents at displacement camps in northwest Syria. One child has died and three other people were injured, as a result of the harsh weather ...

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CARE offices in Mozambique and Zimbabwe prepare to respond as Storm Eloise looks set to worsen into a Cyclone over the weekend

 21st Jan 2021    Mozambique

Maputo, Mozambique, 21, January 2021 - CARE Mozambique is currently working to secure premises, equipment, vehicles and archives as well as evacuate staff ahead of the arrival of tropical storm Eloise which has now developed into a potentially devastating cyclone, that is forecast to hit parts of southern and Central ...

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CARE provides nutritionally balanced meals to some of Peru’s most vulnerable affected by COVID-19

 21st Jan 2021    Peru

Lima, Peru 19 January, 2021 - Peru is struggling to cope with the burden of COVID-19 cases on its healthcare system as cases continue to rise. It is one of the hardest hit countries per population size on the continent, but also globally.

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Developed nations hugely exaggerate climate adaptation finance for Global South

 21st Jan 2021    None

Developed nations have over-reported climate adaptation finance by $20 billion, meaning that the world’s most vulnerable people and countries are only receiving a fraction of the support they were promised.

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