(Geneva, March 19, 2020) — As the world faces the unprecedented challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic, international aid organization CARE commits to adapting its programming and scaling up its activities wherever possible.
CARE International is a global confederation of 14 member organizations – Austria, Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany-Luxemburg, India, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Thailand, United Kingdom and United States – working together to end poverty.
After World War II, Austria was in ruins, and people were starving. CARE send more than 1 million CARE Packages to families across the country. Fourty years later, Austria was one of the richest countries in the world and thus was able to give more help to the whole world. On May 14, 1986, CARE Austria was founded at eighth member of the international humanitarian organization. Last year, CARE Austria supported more than 50 poverty-fighting projects around the world.
For more information or to contact us, please visit the CARE Austria website.
New York, NY (March 16, 2020) – CARE is deeply concerned about the adverse and disproportionate effects that the COVID-19 pandemic will likely have on women and girls around the world, particularly in development and humanitarian settings.
ATLANTA (March 11, 2020) — CARE is deeply concerned by the continuing global spread of the novel coronavirus and the resulting COVID-19 disease.
Reaching toward a more gender equal world enables societies to tap everyone’s potential – regardless of their gender - for stronger, more fulfilling and resilient relationships, households and societies.