Most Vulnerable Are Paying The Price For Climate Crisis After Flooding and Tropical Storms Ravage Zambia
As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its third year, debt, unemployment, and the fear of homelessness are exacerbating domestic violence and tensions within and among refugee families living in Jordan and their Jordanian host communities, a new study by CARE…
Despite Rise in FGM over last 2 years of COVID, CARE Young Girls Champion in Somalia Offer Hope
Madagascar is bracing for Cyclone Batsirai days after Tropical Storm Ana devastated the country.
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
"We, the undersigned organizations, are deeply concerned for the lives of millions of Somalis facing a severe food crisis and are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance."
Over the past few days, tropical storm Ana has affected hundreds of thousands of people across Southern Africa. The storm caused heavy rains and flooding in Madagascar and Mozambique and left most of Zimbabwe without power over the recent days.
Aid agencies operating in Yemen are horrified by the news that more than 70 people, including migrants, women and children, have been killed in Hodaida and Sada on Friday morning, in a blatant disregard for civilian lives.
New sanctions against Mali could have a devastating impact on the country, where one in three people are already dependent on humanitarian aid.