WASHINGTON (Oct. 11, 2019) – Reps. Dwight Evans (D-PA) and Andy Levin (D-MI) traveled to Bangladesh with CARE to see how vital U.S. investments in combatting malnutrition and stunting are helping to build more resilient and healthy Bangladeshi and refugee communities.
CARE started its operations in Bangladesh (then East Pakistan) in 1949. Today, CARE Bangladesh amplifies the voices of the poor and the marginalized in ways that influence public opinion, development practices, and policy at all levels by drawing on grassroots experience and relationships with civil society, government, and the private sector.
We have made a long-term commitment to specific marginalized and vulnerable groups to achieve a lasting impact on the underlying causes of poverty and social injustice.
61 Aid Organizations Warn of Worsening Crisis in Myanmar, Call for Refugees’ Engagement on Safe, Voluntary Returns
COX’S BAZAR, BANGLADESH (August 21st, 2019) — Nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees are still wai
Climate change experts warn of disproportionate impacts and financial burdens on poor countries as Cyclone Fani bears down on India and Bangladesh
MAPUTO/DHAKA (April 30, 2019) — As Cyclone Fani approaches India and Bangladesh, CARE experts have warned that the increased occurrences of disasters in poorer countries is saddling millions of innocent people with the “debt of climate change.”
Humanitarian and civil society agencies working in Rakhine State in Myanmar and in the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh are deeply concerned that the repatriation of refugees will commence in mid-November, according to an announcement of the Joint Working Group of the Governments of Banglades
Project Name: Inspiring Married Adolescent Girls to Imagine New Empowered Futures (IMAGINE)
Funder: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Locations: Bangladesh, Niger
Noor Kajol likes to stay busy. The 12-year-old fills her days studying Arabic, playing games with friends, and making art.
Anwar Begum walks through the muddy alleys of the refugee camp while juggling her 2-month-old and an umbrella. Her 4-year-old son Jaber follows close behind. It rained all morning and now, partly soaked, the family is finding its way back to the small, makeshift shelter of bamboo and tarp it call