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The global hunger crisis is worsening. While the war in Ukraine is causing food and gas prices to rise around the world, the effects of climate change are also becoming increasingly apparent – especially in countries of the Global South such as Somalia in East Africa.

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CARE reaches flood-affected families in Nepal with much needed aid

CARE Nepal plans to distribute dignity kits which include menstrual pads, bath soap, underwear, towels, toothbrushes and toothpaste, along with health and nutritional supplies, ready-to-eat and ready-to-cook foods, shelter kits, and meeting other pressing needs of the most vulnerable within the affected area. And with more rain on the way, the situation is expected to deteriorate in the coming days.

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As the two-year anniversary of the Beirut port blast approached, CARE's Patricia Khoder, a lifelong Beirut resident, wrote this diary to capture the loss and uncertainty she experiences each day. Patricia often mourns the city she knew before the blast. Poverty, severe shortages of medicine and other consumer goods, and the slow pace of rebuilding are daily challenges.

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