Michelle Nunn, CARE president and CEO, and five other leaders of humanitarian organizations, urge Americans to assist Syrian refugees who remain in the Middle East and provide safe haven to those who feel compelled to lead on
The coalition, made up of international NGOs, international political and labor leaders and the global campaigning organisation Avaaz, called on leaders meeting directly across the water from Syria to commit to a plan that provides robust support to Syria’s neighbors who have hosted the vast majo
KABUL, Afghanistan (November 4, 2015) — Following joint assessments to identify the worst hit areas by the 7.5 magnitude earthquake on October 26th, CARE started delivering emergency relief assistance yesterday to affected families.
KABUL, Afghanistan (October 26, 2015) — A powerful earthquake struck northern Afghanistan Monday afternoon, with tremors felt as far as Pakistan and India. Afghans in Kabul say it is the strongest earthquake they have experienced.
A week ago, all alone and in labor, Mariam, 37, rushed herself to the hospital to give birth to her tiny daughter, Aya. With her relatives and husband in Syria, Mariam has had few people to rely upon for helping cover expensive medical services or running household errands.
BELGRADE/SERBIAN-CROATIAN BORDER (Oct. 21, 2015) — The situation is deteriorating rapidly for refugees and migrants in the Balkans.
KATHMANDU (October 13, 2015) — Having gotten through the heavy rains of the Monsoon in temporary shelters, 2.8 million people in Nepal are soon to face freezing temperatures with the onset of winter.
Singi Bomjan thought he had seen it all. He had already lived through one earthquake and a lifetime of hard work and struggle. Three generations of his family had lived and died in his village of Banskhara, working the land and building a home for his children and his children’s children.