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International organizations call for increased protection and support to civilians bearing the brunt of the conflict in the Lake Chad region

 31st Aug 2018    Many

The nine-year long conflict in the Lake Chad Basin has dramatically affected the lives of more 10.7 million people who rely on humanitarian assistance to survive. The insurgency as well as military operations across the four countries have displaced 2.4 million people and left 5 million people food insecure, while ...

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Joint Statement: One Year On: Meaningful progress needed to end impunity, discrimination and segregation in Rakhine State, say international agencies.

 27th Aug 2018    Myanmar

INGOs urge the Security Council to use the one-year anniversary as an opportunity to step up pressure on the government of Myanmar to take action on three critical areas: addressing the root causes of the crisis in Rakhine State; ensuring accountability for human rights violations and improving humanitarian access.

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CARE calls for voluntary, informed and respectful repatriation of Myanmar refugees

 23rd Aug 2018    Bangladesh

As refugees from Myanmar complete one year in Bangladesh, their return to Myanmar with safety and dignity still remains a major concern for CARE and other humanitarian organizations.

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Venezuela is Experiencing What Could be the Worst Crisis in its Recent History

 22nd Aug 2018    Ecuador

CARE is appealing $4 million to meet the immediate needs of those in need in Venezuela and its borders.

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Syria tops the list of deadliest places for aid workers for the second consecutive year

 15th Aug 2018    Global

Syria tops the list of deadliest places to be an aid worker for the second year in a row, an analysis by CARE International has found. 76 aid workers have been killed since January 2018, including 42​​ in Syria where war has been raging since 2011.

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World Humanitarian Day: Charter for Change

 14th Aug 2018    Global

The signatories of the Charter for Change aid localisation movement call for obligations to be met for the protection of humanitarian actors across the globe, particularly local actors which face extreme risks in their daily delivery of humanitarian aid.

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Indonesia: One week after earthquake, thousands remain homeless as aftershocks continue

 13th Aug 2018    Indonesia

One week after a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit the Indonesian island of Lombok, thousands remain homeless and in fear as aftershocks continue. CARE Indonesia is channelling assistance through its local partner Kopernik, who operate in Lombok and provides support to survivors.

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INGOs in Yemen condemn horrific attacks in Sa’ada

 10th Aug 2018    Yemen

International non-government organisations (INGOs) in Yemen strongly condemn horrific Coalition airstrikes on a bus transporting school children in Yemen yesterday.

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One week after attacks on Hodeidah, dozens more killed in airstrike near Saudi border in Yemen

 9th Aug 2018    Yemen

Exactly a week after dozens were killed in suspected mortar attacks in Yemen’s Hodeidah city, at least 20 people have died after airstrikes hit a bus in the north of the country. Many of the dead were children travelling in a bus in Sa’ada, Dahian district, near the border with ...

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More bombs than passengers dropped at Yemen's main airport

 8th Aug 2018    Yemen

Sana'a International Airport has been hit with an average of one bomb every fortnight, in the two years since it has been shut to all commercial traffic.

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