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Suffering in Silence – Ten Most Underreported Humanitarian Crises in 2017

Natural disasters and conflicts make headlines — yet with the highest number of refugees since World War II and with an uptick and intensification of natural disasters in the past years, many Read More

Students in Haiti Wash Their Hands Before Lunch

Lunches Save Lives

The kids here wash their hands before lunch like they’re scrubbing in for surgery, washing up to the elbows, under the nails, and between the fingers.  It makes sense: 13 kids in Rio Onde Latine Read More

Jean Gislene Cooking School Lunch

Jean Gislene is on the Move

Jean Gislene is a woman who is going places, and she’s taking her whole community with her.  She’s got big plans to buy some more land (she was already able to purchase some—a big feat in a Read More

Nan Iakou VSLA Distribution Ceremony

Little By Little

When’s the last time you threw a party to commemorate a withdrawal from your savings account?  Composed a song to celebrate your banking system? Invited the whole community for drinks and dancing Read More

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Sleepless in South Sudan

Aimee Ansari, Country Director, South Sudan

April 26, 2014


Twenty plus years in the international aid business and I’ve never been in a situation Read More

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Food Security in Haiti: Jean's Story

I am not a lucky man. Since I can remember, my life has been a succession of trials and struggles. I come from a poor family and grew up having to live one day at a time, never knowing what Read More

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Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines: Much More Challenging Than Haiti

by David Gazashvili, CARE’s Emergency Team Leader managing the response to Super Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. David is in Ormoc, western Leyte, one of the hardest hit areas, and talks Read More


Synthesis of CARE's FSL response to 2010 and 2011 Floods in Pakistan

Synthesis paper on
CARE International in Pakistan”s perspectives on ’˜Using Cash Transfers for improving Livelihoods in emergency responses”

Rationale & background of this paper: Read More

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Moving Forward: Exploring Haiti's Transition from Emergency to Development

In August 2012, a group of congressional staff members traveled with CARE to Haiti to focus on progress and economic and social challenges that remained more than two and a half years after a Read More


Water in Haiti vs. United States Water

Dear Dr. Gayle,

While it is admirable wanting to address the water situation in Haiti and other places, I beg to differ on feeling safe with our water here in the United Read More