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MOZAMBIQUE CARE seeks aid for cyclone victims

 19th Mar 2008    Mozambique

MOZAMBIQUE (March 19, 2008) – CARE is seeking $475,000 to aid families who lost their homes and livelihoods after Cyclone Jokwe struck Mozambique on March 7-8.

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Climate Change Could Worsen Inequality between Men and Women

 8th Mar 2008    Global

GENEVA (8 March, 2008) – In poor communities around the world, natural disasters disproportionately affect women. When disasters strike, women typically have less cash savings, lower levels of education and smaller social networks to draw upon than men.

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LAOS Tackling bird flu

 3rd Mar 2008    Laos

When the latest avian influenza outbreak hit northern Laos this month, a local veterinarian picked up the phone and called the new national avian influenza hotline.

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TAJIKISTAN USAID and DFID provide USD659 000 to CAREs emergency response

 26th Feb 2008    Global

CARE has scaled up its emergency distributions of food and emergency supplies to people in crisis-stricken Tajikistan with new funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the UK Department for International Development (DFID).

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MADAGASCAR CARE Intensifies Search for Marginalized Cyclone Victims

 26th Feb 2008    Madagascar

MADAGASCAR (February 26, 2008) – CARE International is accelerating its response to humanitarian suffering and damage caused by Cyclone Ivan. As more information becomes available estimates now indicate that nearly 228,000 persons have been directly affected by the storm, which has left more than 60 persons dead and more than148,000 ...

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MADAGASCAR CARE Leads Response as Thousands Are Affected By Cyclone Ivan

 22nd Feb 2008    Madagascar

MADAGASCAR (February 22, 2008) – CARE International is leading an aggressive, rapid response to damage caused by Cyclone Ivan which struck the East Coast of Madagascar with torrential rains and winds of up to 70 mph. Early estimates are that up to 150,000 persons have been directly affected.

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MADAGASCAR CARE responding to Cyclone Ivan

 17th Feb 2008    Madagascar

MADAGASCAR (February 17, 2008) – Cyclone Ivan hit the northeastern coast of Madagascar Sunday with winds up to 200 kilometers per hour and a sea surge that is expected to cause widespread damage.

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BOLIVIA CARE delivers aid to thousands of people affected by the floods and landslides

 15th Feb 2008    Bolivia

Severe floods have driven thousands of people from their homes in Bolivia, and killed at least 51 people nationwide since November.

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TAJIKISTAN CARE Distributes Food and Coal to Orphanages and Nurseries

 12th Feb 2008    Global

CARE is distributing coal, food and warm clothing in the early phase of its emergency response to orphanages and nurseries in the hardest-hit areas of Tajikistan, as they struggle to survive the severe winter and power blackouts that have left millions in Tajikistan without heat or electricity.

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TIMOR LESTE CARE Reports Calm Following Violent Events

 12th Feb 2008    Timor Leste

CARE, the largest international non-government organisation in Timor Leste (East Timor), reports that the situation in Dili remains calm following the violent events of Monday 11 February that injured Timor Leste's President José Ramos-Horta and left rebel leader Alfredo Reinado dead.

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