Myanmar

CARE has worked in Myanmar since 1995 with the aim to improve the living standards of rural communities through health intervention programs, including HIV/AIDS prevention and care, as well as nutritional support for pregnant mothers and children; food security and livelihoods programs, comprised of support for agriculture, fisheries, and livestock; and water, sanitation and hygiene.

As cross-cutting measures, CARE Myanmar is addressing disaster risk reduction and gender.

 

10/9/18

From Refugee to Pharmacist, this 12-Year-Old is Building a Better Future for Herself

Noor Kajol likes to stay busy. The 12-year-old fills her days studying Arabic, playing games with friends, and making art.

8/23/18

Noor Kajol’s big dreams

Noor Kajol likes to stay busy. The 12-year-old fills her days studying Arabic, playing games with friends, and making art.

8/23/18

Born as a refugee

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

8/23/18

Finding peace inside Bangladesh’s refugee camps

Hot, arid, humid, muddy — the situation in Bangladesh camps, where hundreds of thousands of refugees from Myanmar have settled in the last year, changes drastically in a day.

8/15/18

Syria tops the list of deadliest places for aid workers for the second consecutive year

GENEVA (August 15, 2018) -  Syria tops the list of deadliest places to be an aid worker for the second year in a row, an analysis by the poverty-fighting organization CARE has found.

5/17/18

The real risks of rainy season for refugees

Monsoons and cyclones threaten lives of refugees from Myanmar

3/27/18

Myanmar refugees 'want a solution'

A week ago, I was in Cox’s Bazaar refugee camp in Bangladesh walking up hills of exposed sandy soil covered by endless bamboo and plastic huts that more than 800,000 refugees from Myanmar now call home. This camp has been referred to as one of the densest in the world and is certainly the densest

1/19/18

Myanmar Refugee Crisis: Malnourished children receive desperately needed therapeutic food

Mohammed is from a northern town in Myanmar. He is married to Jannat. As well as their one-year-old daughter, Umme, the couple have three sons aged three, four and five-years. 

The family fled violence in Myanmar and arrived in Bangladesh. 

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