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HAITI CARE launches USD 10 million appeal

 14th Jan 2010    Haiti

GONAIVES, HAITI (January 14, 2010) – CARE has launched a global appeal for US$10 million to help the survivors of Tuesday’s devastating quake in Port-au-Prince. The exact death toll is unknown, but aid groups are estimating that three million people are affected and in need of assistance – one-third of ...

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HAITI Earthquake

 13th Jan 2010    Haiti

HAITI (January 13, 2010) – A massive earthquake has hit Haiti. Help is urgently needed for the hundreds of thousands likely affected by the disaster, especially for the most vulnerable - women and girls.

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HAITI CARE deploys additional emergency team members to Haiti

 13th Jan 2010    Haiti

PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI (January 13, 2010) – CARE is deploying additional emergency team members to the devastated city of Port-au-Prince in Haiti, where the worst earthquake in 200 years destroyed houses and left thousands homeless. While the exact death toll from the 7.0-magnitude quake is not yet known, it is expected ...

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Copenhagen Outcome Nothing but a costly chaos

 19th Dec 2009    Global

World leaders have failed to agree on an ambitious, fair and binding climate deal in Copenhagen.

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REDD More Polish Than Substance

 18th Dec 2009    Global

As the climate change negotiations in Copenhagen enter into their last day, CARE International warns that the agreement on REDD (Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation)

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Worlds poorest people rendered voiceless

 16th Dec 2009    Global

The world leaders are gathering in Copenhagen to close the negotiations on a climate agreement. But the status of the negotiations is messy and a fair deal seems to be out of reach unless leaders take action.

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Climate change agreement Do not put people in brackets

 13th Dec 2009    Global

COPENHAGEN (December 13, 2009) – While the World is closely watching negotiations on finance and emissions reductions poor people are at risk of losing out in the Copenhagen Climate Deal. “In the negotiation text the term ‘vulnerable people’ is still written in brackets.

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CARE to Climate Delegates What does it take to make REDD really green

 11th Dec 2009    Global

COPENHAGEN (December 11, 2009) – A much-hoped-for agreement to protect natural forests – and halt the 15 percent of carbon emissions that come from deforestation - is showing signs of unravelling mid way through the U.N. Climate Change Conference, CARE lamented Friday.

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CARE on EU summit in Brussels Old money in new bottles

 11th Dec 2009    Global

COPENHAGEN (December 11, 2009) – ‘CARE is disappointed that the financing put forward by the EU today on short term funding is not new and additional to existing development aid. We had hoped that the EU would be a leader in Copenhagen.

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A new global social and environmental standard for REDD programs

 9th Dec 2009    Global

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK (December 9, 2009) – Failing to put the interests and rights of people first will undermine efforts to reduce carbon emissions from deforestation and squander the real opportunity that exists for these efforts to also contribute to poverty reduction and forest conservation goals. A new set of global ...

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