In a crowded corridor turned cholera isolation unit, doctors move from one bed to the next, nurses hurdling frantically around them, hoping that no more cases come in this afternoon. It has been an overwhelming few weeks and the pressure does not seem to cease.
CARE has been continuously active in Yemen since 1993, in projects that work towards reducing poverty. These have evolved from basic relief efforts and reconstruction after the civil war in 1994, to long-term projects.
CARE’s work in Yemen has a common focus on community self-help and women’s empowerment, including women’s literacy, water management, capacity building of local organizations, natural resource management, emergency response and relief assistance to refugees.
In addition, CARE is working in Yemen to help refugees fleeing violence in Syria.
Letters of Hope initiative connects American youth with refugee children, invites others to express solidarity using #LettersOfHope
Public Radio International (PRI) aired an extensive interview with Bushra Alkdukhainah, a CARE Yemen staffer, that detailed life in the war-torn country. “There’s no more safe place in Yemen to stay in,” she says.
SANA’A, Yemen (May 15, 2017) —The global poverty-fighting organization CARE is alarmed by the increase in reported cases and deaths resulting from a cholera and an acute watery diarrhea, or AWD outbreak in Yemen. According to the World Health Organization, 51 people are estimate
SANAA, Yemen—(April 21, 2017)-- Ahead of the ‘High-level Pledging Event for the Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen’ in Geneva on April 25, CARE asks international governments to urgently scale up financial support for millions of people on the brink of famine in Yemen.
In an interview with CNN International, Lex Kassenberg, CARE's emergency and humanitarian director, described famine conditions tightening their grip in four separate countries, the humanitarian response and foreign assistance cuts proposed by the Trump Administration.
Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia, and Nigeria are urgently in need of food assistance. With over 20 million people on the verge of famine, CNN included links to organizations like CARE for readers to make monetary donations.
The New York Times, Women in the World: Bushra Aldukhainah, a humanitarian coordinator for CARE, tells of the forgotten war in Yemen
Bushra Aldukhainah, a humanitarian coordinator for CARE Yemen, shares her personal tale about the war’s toll on Yemenis. Like Aldukhainah, millions have fled their homes with little hope of returning. One city has been totally destroyed.