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22 hours and 23 minutes through the desert for Syria
CARE team of aid workers and volunteer refugee staff participates in “Dead to Red” marathon in Jordan and tells of their epic journey
On March 13th, three years after the Read More
Interview With CARE Staff Rona Casil of Tacloban
From being a Haiyan survivor to CARE Philippines humanitarian worker, Rona Casil of Read More
Typhoon Haiyan: A Labor of Love
You may not understand the language, but you can guess from the sound of the conversation they are husband and wife.
Think of your own parents working together on a Read More
Typhoon Haiyan: Overwhelming the Senses
Anita Mariano, 70, lost her eyesight eight years back. She had a bad headache, decided to sleep it off, and when she awoke, she could no longer see.
Although safely Read More
Inspired to Sing in the Aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan
We would like to introduce you to Eleuteria Mariano, a 78-year-old widow from the village of Amar, Antique Province on the island of Panay, Philippines.
Before he died Read More
Typhoon Haiyan: Empowering Communities to Rebuild
“Sir, why are you here?”
Such a simple question posed to me out of curiosity, not accusatory or menace.
I was chatting with a group of women in the village of Read More
Typhoon Haiyan: Building Safer Shelter From the Storm
There’s a loud crackling sound to rain when it hits a tarp, especially during a heavy tropical storm. You look up and wonder if the downpour is going to break through and unleash a torrent. You Read More
Dead to Red Race: Why We Are Running
Four months ago, I moved from Germany to Jordan to support the work of our emergency team for Syrian refugees. During these four months I have talked to a lot of refugees about their fleeing Read More
Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines: Food as a starting point to recovery
By Darcy Knoll, Emergency Communications Coordinator for CARE International in the Philippines
It’s around nine o’clock in the morning at the centre of the village of Sulod, Read More
Typhoon Haiyan Relief by the Numbers
Just over a month ago, one of the worst storms on record swept through the Philippines, leaving death and destruction in its wake.
It's the worst times that can really bring out the best Read More