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Mali see’s highest levels of displacement in its recent history due to a dangerous combination of conflict and climate change

 4th Nov 2021    Mali

This October saw the highest numbers of displaced people in Mali since the crisis began nearly a decade ago. This is due to a dangerous mix of increased insecurity and insurgency, rising intercommunal conflict and a worsening climate crisis. CARE warns that more funding is not urgently received, the country ...

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Northern Kenya faces a looming disaster as drought intensifies

 4th Nov 2021    Kenya

Following the late onset of the rainy season and uneven and poor distribution of rains across many parts of Kenya an estimated 2.1 million people are now facing acute food insecurity and in urgent need of humanitarian assistance in the next six months, warns CARE International.

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COP26: Time for climate finance commitments that meet the scale of the humanitarian crisis we face

 27th Oct 2021    None

The COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow must bring clarity on how developed countries will deliver on their climate finance obligations up to and beyond 2025, so marginalised communities have the means to cope with the escalating humanitarian crisis caused by climate change.

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CARE warns of increased risks for women and girls as new report reveals almost half of Afghans now face acute hunger

 25th Oct 2021    Afghanistan

A new report reveals Afghanistan has descended deeper into an already alarming hunger crisis, exacerbated by drought, increasing displacement, rising food prices, the COVID-19 pandemic and economic decline, with 18.8 million people, close to half the population, now facing acute hunger - an almost 30% increase from the same time ...

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Women in Low-Income Countries Denied Access To COVID Vaccines, New Research Reveals

 11th Oct 2021    None

Only one woman for every three men is being vaccinated against COVID-19 in some countries, the international aid organisation CARE is warning.

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 4th Oct 2021    South Sudan

Today, I am speaking as the director of the Titi Foundation, an organization fighting for the rights of all marginalized communities, particularly those of women and girls, in South Sudan, a country torn apart by decades of war and incredible human suffering.

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CARE Restarts Afghanistan Humanitarian Response - Provides Seeds, Tools, Fertilizer Ahead of Lean Growing Season and Ongoing Food Crisis

 30th Sep 2021    Afghanistan

In the last week, CARE has restarted its emergency humanitarian response, providing a small number of vulnerable displaced families with financial assistance to spend on key needs.

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Women and Girls in Somalia Continue to Be the Most Affected by the Humanitarian Crises

 29th Sep 2021    Somalia

A new CARE survey of over 2,000 households finds that women and girls still remain amongst the most affected by the multiple crises facing the country.

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Healthcare System on the Brink of Collapse as New Wave of COVID Hits Northwest Syria

 24th Sep 2021    Syria

As Northwest Syria faces a second wave of COVID-19, hospitals and COVID-19 Community Treatment Centers (CCTCs) in the opposition-held area are unable to cope.

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CARE Says Urgent and Bold Action needed to achieve the Global COVID Summit Goals of 70% vaccination coverage by 2022

 24th Sep 2021    None

$10 Billion not enough to vaccinate 70% of the World by 2022

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