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Zimbabwe: A heavy load for a big sister to carry

 27th Aug 2018    Zimbabwe

Dealing with homework, making it for school on time – typical concerns for any teenager and Pamela Chitukire, 15, is no exception. While her worries about school are similar to students the world over, the barriers she faces to get her homework done or keep up with her classmates are ...

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Coming together for ‘Less work and more harvests’

 27th Aug 2018    Zimbabwe

Samson Woyo is a bit of a star in his community, but he’s adamant his success is thanks to someone else. CARE staff note he’s taken lessons learnt to heart and is eager to share knowledge gained with his community. His farm has become a showcase to others to understand ...

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Raped and wed by 14, this refugee volunteer fights against sexual violence

 27th Aug 2018    Many

Earlier this year, thousands of Congolese risked their lives to flee their conflict-ridden country and seek refuge in Uganda. Pema* is one of them. Despite the trauma of rape, fleeing and violence, she is now trying to rebuild her life together with her 10 children in Kyangwali refugee settlement in ...

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The only family she has left is her baby born of rape: how a refugee’s motherhood triumphs over her trauma

 27th Aug 2018    Many

Shortly before fleeing from home, four armed men had raped her. One of them is now the father of her child. Two days after giving birth to her, she recounts her horrific story in front of her small plastic sheeting tent on a hot and humid afternoon in Kyangwali refugee ...

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The Stories of Refugees Fleeing the DRC

 27th Aug 2018    Many

Refugees who have arrived in Uganda in search of safety from violence in the DRC share their stories and their hopes for the future.

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Syria conflict: local aid workers paying a high toll with little protection

 26th Aug 2018    Syria

On December 18, 2017, at about 10 am, Dr. M began his usual rounds. This time was peak hour for the hospital, in a region where health facilities were scarce.

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Green is the color of peace

 23rd Aug 2018    Bangladesh

Hot, arid, humid, muddy; the situation in the Myanmar refugee camps in Bangladesh change drastically in a day.

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Noor Kajol has big dreams

 23rd Aug 2018    Bangladesh

Carefully and quite meticulously, Noor Kajol was molding a flower with play dough at one of the CARE operated Women Friendly Spaces.

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Born as a refugee, Ajida is healthy and feisty

 23rd Aug 2018    Many

Children born in Myanmar’s Northern Rakhine state often had very limited access to health services.

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Indonesia Earthquakes: Afraid to go home

 22nd Aug 2018    Indonesia

Dewi Hanifah will be sleeping in a tent tonight.

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