MAN, CÔTE D’IVOIRE (June 8, 2011) – In the wake of the November elections in Côte d’Ivoire, horrendous violence was committed by all sides. More than 3, 000 people were killed, countless homes were burned to the ground, and today roughly 360,000 people…
PORT-AU-PRINCE (June 7, 2011) – The populations of Carrefour, Léogâne, Grande-Anse and Artibonite are facing a growing cholera epidemic due to the beginning of the rainy season.
BONN (May 30, 2011) – On the occasion of World Environment Day, CARE calls on negotiating parties of the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference to speed up their efforts and ensure adequate financing of a pro-poor Green Climate Fund, as agreed at last…
CARE, a leading international humanitarian organization, calls for the international community to respond to the current and recurring food insecurity in countries in the Horn of Africa.
Earth Day this year encourages individuals to undertake a ‘billion acts of green’ that can reduce carbon emissions contributing to climate change. In solidarity with these efforts, the humanitarian organization CARE International
ATLANTA, Ga. (April 5, 2010) – CARE is scaling up its response to help those affected by the post-election violence in Côte d’Ivoire that has besieged the country for months.
CARE voices concerns about the risks of sexual violence and exploitation among Ivorian refugees arriving in Liberia. Prevention must be part of the first emergency response.
CARE Japan is sending a convoy of three vehicles packed with relief items to the destroyed area of Iwate prefecture in North Japan to assist people affected by the massive earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan on Friday.
CARE Japan will assist the ongoing emergency response in Japan after the massive earthquake and tsunami.