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Syria Refugee Crisis: Ricardo Garcia and the Flamenco Flow Play for Syrian Refugees in Jordan
“It brings joy to our lives, otherwise we would be very depressed”
On the 21st of May, the Spanish flamenco band Ricardo Garcia and the Flamenco Flow Read More
Syria Refugee Crisis: Building a Society from the Ground
Over the last couple of week I have followed the final preparations for the opening of Azraq refugee camp in Jordan and I was there when the first Syrian refugees arrived on April 27.
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.
The Courage to Speak Up
CARE works with women around the world to help them claim their rights, including the right to have a say in their lives. In recent research CARE did focusing on Women’s Participation in the Arab Read More
Crisis in Syria: “I want to invent a medicine that helps against sadness.”
By Johanna Mitscherlich
Do we risk it or not? Is the coast clear? Are they still shooting? Have the tanks finally rolled away? Are we out of reach of their airplanes and their Read More
Crisis in Syria: What Remains Unsaid
By Johanna Mitscherlich, October 2013
On a dusty road in the city of Irbid in the north of Jordan, about an hour's drive from the Syrian border, box-shaped Read More
Men Matter Too...
I am a woman. I am a mother. I am a wife. I have read Half the Sky and many other similar books and editorials and articles. I understand and support the concept of the Girl Effect. I am a Read More
The Real Hunger Games
By Kent Alexander
March 24, 2012
Niger: Hope and worries in Moujia
After a severe food crisis in 2010, women founded an association of grain banks to prepare for times of hardship
Niandou Ibrahim, CARE Niger, October 21, 2011Read More