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ETHIOPIA The worst is yet to come

 25th May 2011    Ethiopia

I arrived in Borena Zone, Oromia Region, in the southern part of Ethiopia two days ago. I am here with my CARE colleagues to conduct a deeper assessment on the impact of the current drought on women, men, boys and girls.

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HAITI Cholera Heroes on the move

 21st Apr 2011    Haiti

It is noon in Fond Icaques, and the sun throws a bright, almost white light on the trees and houses in this community of Grande Anse, in the South of Haiti. CARE staff Judson Antoine has travelled to a community center on the side of the road and is standing ...

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JAPAN Blogs After the tsunami

 6th Apr 2011    Japan

These are my last days in Japan. I am back in Tokyo now and will leave the country on Friday. It has been almost four weeks since the tsunami hit the coast of northern Japan; in many areas it was more than 30 meters high.

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JAPAN Web Update Tsunami and CAREs response

 30th Mar 2011    Japan

On 11 March 2011, an earthquake measuring 9.0 hit off the eastern coast of Japan. It was the fourth biggest earthquake ever recorded. An enormous tsunami swept in and caused massive destruction.

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JAPAN Impressions from the Tsunami Like looking at an old wartime photo

 23rd Mar 2011    Japan

The CARE Japan advance team left Tokyo at midnight on Thursday and arrived in the Iwate region the next morning. Iwate is one of the prefectures heavily destroyed by a massive earthquake and a tsunami that hit Japan on Friday, March 11. Upon arrival at Kamiashi city the small team ...

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LIBERIA Voices from the ground

 4th Mar 2011    Many

These following stories were collected in the Liberian villages of Gblarlay and Theahplay in Nimba County a few kilometres from the border to Cote d’Ivoire on the 24th and 25th of February 2011

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SRI LANKA Empowered women in times of disaster

 21st Feb 2011    Sri Lanka

One week after the floods hit the Polonnaruwa district, thousands flocked with their families to relief centers for food, water and other critical supplies. But in the village of Bogaswewa

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SRI LANKA We lost all our fish

 21st Feb 2011    Sri Lanka

Two years ago CARE came to Urithira’s community when she was struggling to survive as a single mother living in a women headed household of 3 widows and 2 children. Urithira explains “I have no father, my husband went missing because of the war and I don’t know to date ...

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PAKISTAN Situation in Sindh

 31st Jan 2011    Pakistan

The villagers live in mud houses. Every monsoon, water would enter into the village and in the houses but not more than 2 feet. This time they didn’t even imagine what monsoon was bringing

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PAKISTAN Swat six months after the flood

 31st Jan 2011    Pakistan

It’s been almost 6 months since the deadly flood water played havoc and left deep marks in the hearts and minds of the whole nation and lives of millions. Affectees are afraid of mere sound of gushing water and still have not recovered. No matter what anyone does for them

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