Middle East & Europe

In fiscal year 2013, we worked in 86 countries, supporting 927 humanitarian aid and development projects to reach more than 97 million people. We carried out programs in the following 15 countries throughout the Middle East and Europe:

11/27/19

CARE Welcomes Announcement of Re-Opening of Yemen’s Sana'a Airport for Medical Transportation

SANA’A, (November 27, 2019) – After more than three years of closure, it has been announced that Sana'a International Airport is to be re-opened to allow sick patients to travel overseas for life-saving treatment. In August, CARE & NRC reported that up to 32,000 people may ha

11/6/19

Tens of Thousands of People in North-East Syria at Risk as Winter Approaches

AMMAN (November 6, 2019) – As temperatures plummet across the Middle East, CARE warns that te

10/24/19

Women in Desperate Need of Assistance in North-East Syria and Iraq

AMMAN/DAHUK (October 24, 2019) – More than two weeks after the escalation of violence in north-east Syria, women, children, and families continue to be uprooted from their homes, with displacement figures reaching close to 180,000, according to the United Nations.

10/16/19

The Syria INGO Regional Forum Statement on Impact of Military Developments on the Civilian Population in Northeast Syria

AMMAN (October 16, 2019) - The Syria INGO Regional Forum (SIRF), comprising 73 international humanitarian organizations responding to the Syria crisis, including CARE, expressed deep concern at the rapidly deteriorating humanitarian situation since Turkey’s military operation sta

5/30/19

Violence and Destruction Leaves Two CARE-Supported Healthcare Facilities Out of Service in Syria

Amman, 30 May 2019 – The spike in violence in northwest Syria has forced CARE International to suspend some of its aid provision, including at healthcare facilities and community centers for women and girls.

5/16/19

'Terrifying Storm of Bombs' in Yemen Capital Kills Sleeping Family

SANAA (May 16, 2019) – Hours after the UN Security Council heralded the success of the handover of Hodeidah port as a vital step in the peace process, intensive airstrikes launched on Sana’a this morning have shattered any glimmer of hope for peace in the near future

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