CARE Response to President Obama’s Leaders’ Summit on Refugees

NEW YORK—(September 20, 2016)-- CARE welcomes the commitments set forth by countries attending President Obama’s Leaders’ Summit on Refugees.


UN Refugee and Migrant Summit: Step of goodwill, but falls short on action to protect refugees

NEW YORK—(September 19, 2016)-- World leaders gathered today for the first ever UN Refugee and Migrant Summit to formally adopt a UNGA resolution for addressing the global refugee crisis.


Syria ceasefire: People can breathe again, but access to those in need remains crucial

CARE welcomes the announcement of a ceasefire brokered by the US and Russia that came into effect at sunset on Monday, the beginning of the important Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha.


Syria Crisis: Increase in Syrian women fleeing the conflict alone, says report by CARE

LONDON—(September 10, 2016)-- As the Syrian refugee crisis worsens, leading aid agency CARE is reporting a substantial rise in female-headed households, as women flee the country and attempt the perilous journey alone or with their children.


CARE Joins Statement Calling “Humanitarian Corridor” Proposal Deeply Flawed

A statement from over 35 Syrian, regional and international humanitarian, human rights and development organizations on the Russia-Syrian proposal to establish "humanitarian corridors" out of Aleppo


Syria Crisis: Nearly 400,000 civilians cut off from aid in Aleppo and Manbij since Syria support group pledged to secure access

AMMAN (July 26,2016) — More than 300,000 civilians in Aleppo and an estimated 60,000 in the Manbij area, Syria, have been cut off from aid in the last three weeks, marking a shameful deterioration since the International Syria Support Group (ISSG) promised to open full access to


Syria Crisis: Over five years of conflict leave Syrian children’s future at the brink of loss

AMMAN – (June 10, 2016)-- As World Day Against Child Labor falls on June 12, humanitarian organization CARE warns of the direct impact of the protracted conflict in Syria in its sixth year, particularly on the future of Syrian children, as many of them are forced into child labor


Clearing Idomeni Camp Doesn't End Refugees’ Waiting Limbo

EU member states must urgently meet their own commitments and facilitate relocation of refugees