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A journey from loneliness and distress to hope and strength, Reem tells her story

 17th Jun 2021    Many

In 2017, Reem Mohamed, a (33) Syrian woman, fled with her husband and two children as war engulfed her country.

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Iraq: “Being a refugee makes you act like a hero”

 17th Jun 2021    Iraq

For Shorash Abdullah Khalaf, this year’s World Refugee Day will be a celebration like no other.

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What is Ramadan All About in Northeast Syria?

 19th May 2021    Syria

In a few days, the holy month of Ramadan will end. Many of the 1.6 billion Muslims worldwide will celebrate Eid, marking the end of a month of fasting, praying, and sharing. I have just returned from the Northeast of Syria, where this month is a painful reminder of everything ...

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In Azraq Camp, a Resilient and Determined Refugee Mother Describes Life Then-and-Now

 19th May 2021    Jordan

Originally from Aleppo, the largest Syrian city before the conflict, Mona now lives in Azraq refugee camp in Jordan. The 37-year-old mother of five has been married for almost 16 years. Two years after her marriage, Mona’s husband decided to search for better job opportunities in Jordan. She spoke to ...

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Stories of solidarity and hope from Azraq Camp

 19th May 2021    Jordan

Back in 2016, just like millions of others, Etidal and her family fled their war-torn homeland. Etidal, a 46-year-old Syrian refugee and mother of three, is originally from the western Syrian city of Homs.

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“Nobody dies because of hunger”

 13th May 2021    Yemen

Written by Ammar Al-Hajj is Area Communications Assistant with CARE International in Yemen based in Amran.​

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A daily race to save lives: Amjad, Ziad, and the ambulance team remain ready during Ramadan

 12th May 2021    Syria

After taking a number of medical and first aid courses, Amjad* volunteered in the ambulance team at Violet, one of CARE’s Syrian partner organizations in Northwest Syria.

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“The camps are people’s last resort” Jolien Veldwijk, writes about the devastating situation facing Syrians in the Northeast

 4th May 2021    Syria

CARE Syria Country Director, Jolien Veldwijk, writes about the devastating situation facing Syrians in the Northeast. In this first blog, she speaks about overcrowded camps, rising temperatures and the deadly threat of COVID-19.

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5 Questions for 5 Young Climate Leaders

 22nd Apr 2021    Many

CARE stands with women and girls on the frontlines of the climate emergency.

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Ana Malia Falemaka From Tonga: 'I Have Seen The Dramatic Changes'

 21st Apr 2021    None

This Earth Day, and to coincide with the Leaders’ Summit on Climate, we look to five young female climate leaders who are on the frontlines of climate impacts.

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