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12/6/13

CNBC.com – The Syrian Business Uprising

Nahla Abdul-Raheem fled her own comfortable two-story home in Dara'a, Syria, with her husband and five children, the youngest daughter just 4 years old.

12/1/13

Media Planet - Disaster Relief and Emergency Preparedness

CARE partnered with the San Francisco Chronicle for the Media Planet digital campaign focusing on Disaster Relief and Emergency Preparedness.

11/26/13

AJC - CARE Package Is Back in Circulation

There’s a new CARE Package under the tree this holiday season.

11/20/13

Global Atlanta – U.S. Power and Construction Firms Welcome in Philippines Rebuilding

The Philippines government is committed to providing electricity to the areas hardest hit by Typhoon Haiyan by Dec. 24 in time for Christmas.

11/18/13

The Washington Post – Hope and Help in Typhoon Haiyan’s Aftermath (video)

A Filipino community in Fort Washington, Md., waits to hear from family members.

11/15/13

Deutsche Welle - Caught Between Sorrow and Reconstruction

Nearly a week after the storm, there are still thousands of people without electricity and drinking water. But in some places there are signs of hope.

11/15/13

Mamamia - 10,000 Are Dead. But in the Midst of Tragedy and Chaos, This Little Girl is Providing Hope

When Super Typhoon Haiyan slammed into the Philippines on Friday, Lourdes Hermilda had been with her husband and two children, counting down the days until the birth of...

11/14/13

Associated Press - Money to Charities Is Best for Typhoon Relief Aid

Forget the rummage sale clothes, the old toys and the kind of supplies that will only stack up undistributed or damage an already weakened economy. Do send a cash donation...

11/13/13

Fox News - Aid Groups Face Tough Task Helping Typhoon Haiyan Victims

Now there are concerns parts of the Philippines are descending into chaos as International aid organizations, like CARE are mobilizing to help.

11/13/13

We Are Central PA - Emergency Aid Increasing in Philippines

"The typhoon caused huge devastation, so obviously access has been a problem," Nick Osborne, Vice President of Program, Partnerships, Learning and Advocacy for CARE, said.

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