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Using Mobile Technology to Deliver Water and Protect Staff: Lessons from Dadaab, Kenya
The following text is an excerpt from a 2013 paper written by CARE Canada’s Jessie Thomson and Brooke Gibbons for the Canadian Humanitarian Conference in October 2013 about Read More
Clap along if you know what happiness is to you…
March 20th marks International Day of Happiness
There is no way to escape Pharrell Williams and his “Happy” song lately. And why should we?
March 20th Read More
Dead to Red Race: I am running for my Syrian friends
By Amber Savage, Deputy Program Manager, Syrian Refugee Response February 2012-February 2014
Sports have always been a big part in my life. I spent a good portion Read More
Dead to Red Race: I Choose to Run for the Refugee
"We live in the age of the refugee, the age of the exile"
– Ariel Dorfman
When I was in university, I learnt about the refugee Read More
Dead to Red Race: "I Am Running for University Students in Syria"
Dead to Red Race: From Dadaab to Syria, With Love
It has been four months now since Johanna has left our office in Bonn, Germany, to move to Jordan and support CARE’s communications of the emergency response for Syrian refugees.
South Sudan: Amid Wreckage, CARE Helping the Sick and Hungry
I had left South Sudan for Christmas vacation. By the time I reached my destination in Nairobi, the capital of neighboring Kenya, the shooting had begun in South Sudan’s capital Juba. It was a bad 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
Dead to Red Race: Meet the Team
On March 13, the three year anniversary of the crisis in Syria, a CARE team of 10 will run the famous “Dead to Red” run from one sea to the other in Jordan to raise awareness and funds for the Read More
Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines: Shelter from the Storm
By Suzanne Charest with CARE in the Philippines
A banner across the town hall building in typhoon-hit Albuera reads:
“Hard pressed but not crushed, struck down Read More