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CARE began operating in Syria in 2013 by providing lifesaving emergency assistance to people affected by the conflict in Syria. We are providing food and emergency supplies to families, psychosocial support to children and emergency medical equipment and support for women.

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.

10/17/19

Humanitarian Situation Rapidly Deteriorating in North-East Syria

AMMAN (October 17, 2019) – CARE warned today that humanitarian needs continue to rise in north-east Syria, as the conflict in the area deepens. Civilians are escaping the fighting and sheltering with relatives, in public spaces, or in overcrowded camps.

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

10/10/19

15 Aid Agencies Warn of Humanitarian Crisis in North-East Syria

AMMAN (October 10, 2019) - Civilians in north-east Syria are at risk and humanitarian aid could be cut off following the launch of a new military operation in the area, CARE, among other leading aid agencies are warning.

10/9/19

CARE warns of mass displacement as an offensive is launched in northern Syria

AMMAN (October 10, 2019) – As Turkey begins a new military operation in northern Syria, CARE is deeply concerned about the risk any escalation in violence will pose to civilians. Unconfirmed sources already point to population movements out of Syrian towns bordering Turkey.

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