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Rebuilding a Life Nearly Lost to Ebola

 2nd Nov 2018    Democratic Republic of Congo

Abandoned by her husband and shunned by some in her community, 18-year-old Nadej is working to survive and educate about the deadly disease.

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A Family Facing Ebola in a Conflict Zone

 2nd Nov 2018    Democratic Republic of Congo

In DRC, violence jeopardizes critical medical care amid an urgent outbreak.

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War and Starvation: stories of women who are struggling to feed their children

 2nd Nov 2018    Yemen

These are some of the stories that we come across in the field, and there are many other stories from different parts of Yemen. Every day the situation is getting worse and worse. People are in urgent need of humanitarian aid in order to survive. But this is not a ...

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Bringing life saving treatment closer to the people

 31st Oct 2018    South Sudan

It’s seven in the morning and Pariang Hospital situated in Ruweng State, South Sudan, is already bristling with activity. At this early hour, the consultation room is full with patients and guardians waiting for their turn to see the hospital’s doctor. Among them is 17-year-old Nyaror Lang, a teenage mother ...

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Community Activators: Changing Lives

 24th Oct 2018    Turkey

Across South-Eastern Turkey, CARE has recruited 160 Community Activators – men and women with whom we share information about the law, rights, health and best practice, and train to deliver this information to other Syrians who have also fled war in Syria to find safety in Turkey – in Islahiye, ...

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Echoing women’s voices in Marawi crisis

 22nd Oct 2018    Philippines

Marawi used to be a busy and vigorous city where Maranaos (local people from Marawi) harmoniously did business with each other until a bloody siege between the Philippine military forces and the ISIS-affiliated Maute Group struck.

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Heart and Sole: Yayladagi refugees showcase shoemaking skills

 18th Oct 2018    Turkey

In a small town on Turkey’s border with Syria, 100 refugees have gone ‘full pelt’ to learn, and use shoemaking skills taught in a CARE livelihoods project. In the process, they stand to benefit not only themselves, but also their families, and the town as a whole.

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CARE supporting rural women in South Sudan to boost food production

 16th Oct 2018    South Sudan

One day, when she visited her village, Agnes got word that CARE was supporting one of the women groups in the village, through a Dutch government funded joint relief programme, to be food secure by training them to establish kitchen gardens. After completing her training, Agnes and her colleagues were ...

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CARE helping farmers to fight hunger through kitchen gardens

 16th Oct 2018    South Sudan

Rebecca’s family is one of the many in the village with a child suffering from malnutrition. She didn’t have enough food to feed her family. But today, Rebecca’s life has changed for the better. She is one of the farmers supported by CARE in Torit, through a Dutch Government funded ...

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“What we have witnessed since Friday is horrifying”

 3rd Oct 2018    Indonesia

“What we have witnessed since Friday is horrifying”, says Rini Haris, a 37 year old mother of two who lives in Palu, the densely populated city in the north central part of the island Sulawesi in Indonesia.

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