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Families fleeing war in Syria face poverty and tough winter in Amman, Jordan image 1
12/21/12

Families fleeing war in Syria face poverty and tough winter in Amman, Jordan

Families fleeing the on-going violence in Syria are arriving in Jordan and many are heading for the capital, Amman. A recent survey carried out by CARE found that 40 percent of refugees surveyed Read More

12/13/12

Crisis in DRC: “Everywhere now is very dangerous – there is nowhere to run’

My name is Safari Ngayabaseca* and I am here with my husband and children. We are living in this classroom at Don Bosco orphanage – it is the only place that we can find where we feel safe.

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12/12/12

Crisis in Syria: When Hard Work Doesn”t Pay

by Anders Nordstoga
NOTE: We recently found a few stories that got lost in our inbox. While they are from November 9, 2012, we thought you still may like to read them. Here's one: Read More

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12/11/12

Philippines: CARE Responds to Cyclone Bopha

December 11, 2012 – Tropical cyclone Bopha made landfall in the Philippines on December 4, sweeping across the southern islands and affected 26 of the Philippines” 80 provinces. Winds of up to Read More

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12/10/12

The Latest on CARE's Response to Hurricane Sandy in Haiti

Hurricane Sandy was the largest Atlantic storm ever recorded. Americans understandably view is it as an American emergency as the storm left 131 Read More

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12/3/12

Rape as a weapon of war: Jolly”s story

Notes: Some names have been changed to protect those quoted. Masisi is located in North Kivu Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where heavy fighting has displaced more than 800, Read More

“My Little Son Hazem’ - Gaza Conflict November 2012 image 1
11/19/12

“My Little Son Hazem’ - Gaza Conflict November 2012

By Yazdan El Amawi

Four years since the last offence in Gaza "Operation Cast Lead" during the winter of 2008/2009, where memories have been flashing back with every single Read More

11/13/12

2012 Election Analysis – What does President Obama”s re-election and the 113th Congress mean for the fight against global poverty?

With the election behind us you”re likely asking yourself: so what does this all mean for our collective fight against global poverty and the future of foreign assistance? We share your Read More

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11/2/12

Food security in South Lubero

September 27’”600 people wait patiently until CARE sets up the place to start the distribution of seeds and agricultural tools. The distribution is taking place in Luofu, South Lubero in the Read More

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10/31/12

Hurricane Sandy: A Tragic Statistic Proven True Again in Haiti

by Elizabeth M. Campa, Water Sanitation and Hygiene Coordinator, CARE Haiti

Flood waters surround a water pump in Léogâne, Haiti. © 2012 CARE

"Haiti is the country Read More

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