Statement from humanitarian agencies working in Myanmar: ActionAid, CARE International, Danish Refugee Council, International Rescue Committee, Norwegian Refugee Council, Oxfam, Save the Children and Trócaire
On Friday 24 December, the Myanmar military reportedly attacked three vehicles killing at least 38 people, including women and children, in Kayah State in Eastern Myanmar.
CARE has joined 31 other humanitarian organisations for this joint statement on the severe flooding in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
In the six months since the military seized power on February 1, Myanmar’s humanitarian situation has deteriorated rapidly, with a staggering three million people in need of humanitarian assistance, an additional two million since February.
A statement from CARE’s Vice President for Humanitarian Affairs, Deepmala Mahla.
CARE urges all ASEAN member states to use the summit in Jakarta on 24 April to push Myanmar’s military authorities to end all violations against people in Myanmar and ensure unfettered access for aid agencies.
“Even before February 1st, over 1 million people in Myanmar needed humanitarian assistance, including 336,000 internally displaced people in Rakhine, Kachin, Kayin and Shan states. As the US orders the departure of non-emergency employees and their…
The aid agency CARE International strongly condemns the shooting by security forces of a 7-year-old girl in her home in Mandalay in Myanmar. She is the youngest victim of the violent crackdown on opposition that began last month.
23 February 2021, Bangkok, Thailand - CARE’s Interim Vice President for Humanitarian Policy and Practice, Deepmala Mahla, responds to reports that Rohingya refugees are adrift on a boat in the Andaman Sea.