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Eid after three years of war in Yemen: “I miss Eid in my hometown”

 21st Aug 2018    Yemen

Tuesday 21st of August 2018 marks the fourth Eid Al-Adha since the war started in Yemen.

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Web update: Niger August 2018 Flooding

 16th Aug 2018    Niger

Niger is facing major floods since the beginning of the rainy season

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A Man on a Mission

 14th Aug 2018    South Sudan

Patrick Vuonze works with CARE in South Sudan. He is committed to bringing justice and equality to women in girls in a country where there are still many obstacles in the way.

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Life as a Humanitarian Worker in South Sudan

 14th Aug 2018    South Sudan

Richard James-Koma is a humanitarian worker with CARE in South Sudan. He tells us of the trials and triumphs of being an aid worker and how his hope for what the future can be inspires him to keep going.

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A Small Change May Happen Locally but its Impact is Global

 9th Aug 2018    Democratic Republic of Congo

Frédérique Lehoux, CARE’s Global Humanitarian Partnership Coordinator, tells us about her recent visit to Goma, DRC, where she supported CARE teams in the country to make the most of its partnerships with Congolese civil society organizations.

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D.R.Congo: One of the world’s forgotten humanitarian crisis in urgent need of international attention

 7th Aug 2018    Democratic Republic of Congo

A surge in violent conflict and inter-communal tensions has forced more than 781,000 Congolese, many of them women and children, to flee their homes since 2017. The situation continues to deteriorate dramatically as escalating violence, particularly in the country’s eastern region, is causing an exodus in neighboring countries.

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CARE International: “Funding for Venezuelan refugees urgently needed”

 3rd Aug 2018    Ecuador

The international community urgently needs to step up funding to support hundreds of thousands of refugees from Venezuela, warns the aid organization CARE. More than 1.5 million Venezuelans have fled their country over the past year as a result of high levels of violence, lack of food, medicine and access ...

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Web Update: Monsoon in Cox’s Bazar Refugee Camps

 2nd Aug 2018    Bangladesh

The monsoon season in Bangladesh marks a period of intense rains typically lasting from May through September. This year, after the influx of over 700,000 refugees into what has become the most densely populated refugee camps globally, these rains pose even greater threat.

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Ethiopia: Mothers need urgent sanitation, hygiene and nutrition support!

 27th Jul 2018    Ethiopia

Almaz, a nine-month-pregnant mother of five, living in a camp with a large number of people crowding together in Kochere in Southern Ethiopia inside a government office building still under construction. There are more than 820,000 people displaced in Gedeo sheltered in office buildings, churches, schools, sheds, host communities and ...

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Once a School, Now Home to Displaced Families

 27th Jul 2018    Ethiopia

Almaz, 27 years old, is one of more than 820,000 displaced people in Gedeo zone in Southern Ethiopia. Almaz has taken shelter in a school in Gedeb. Her baby was crying while she was telling her story. Each classroom has 40 to 50 people sleeping on the bare ground.

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