Three refugees in Jordan – Anas, Hind and Ibrahim – who volunteer at CARE's drop-in centre joined us for a live chat.
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One year later, CARE continues to reach needy families and communities affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
From Emergency Aid to "Build Back Safer"
On 16 September 2014, the northern Syrian town of Kobane came under siege. Since then, 188,000 refugees are reported to have flooded...
June 2012 through March 2014
This 12 page report on Gender-Based Violence in South Sudan, from May 2014, provides the results of interviews and research CARE is...
Fixing a food crisis and preventing a catastrophe in South Sudan - April 2014
CARE Jordan – Urban Syrian refugees and vulnerable host communities - April 2014
Urban Syrian refugees and Jordanian host communities three years into the Syria Crisis
A handbook for aid practitioners and policymakers in disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation and poverty reduction
Update on CARE's Response to Typhoon Haiyan
The goal of CARE’s crisis response is to meet the immediate needs of the most vulnerable people, especially women and girls.
This paper briefly summarizes our analyses, options and directions on food resources and spending on food aid.
January 4, 2014
January to March 2014
Situation Report as of January 4, 2014
The impact of the Syrian crisis as shared by Syrians in Jordan
We call on donor governments to address the specific needs of women and girls affected by the crisis in Syria.
An assessment of Syrian refugees in Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon in August 2013.
As of 17 September 2013
CARE has responded to drought and food insecurity in the Horn of Africa with aid to approximately 2.8 million people.
In the year since the United Nations declared a famine in parts of Somalia, much has been accomplished.
CARE Haiti places strong emphasis on developing the principles of good governance in all its program sectors.
Three years after the worst earthquake in Haiti’s history, the massive task of recovery and reconstruction continues.
Baseline Assessment of Community-Identified Vulnerabilities among Syrian Refugees living in Irbid, Madaba, Mufraq, and Zarqa