This newsletter update highlights a resort near Lviv, Ukraine, that has turned into a refuge for displaced people, and features an interview with a psychiatrist who recently received training in trauma counseling to better assist Ukrainians.
Since the crisis began in February 2022, CARE and its 56 implementing partners have reached almost half a million people across Ukraine, Poland, Romania, Georgia, and Germany. In this September 19 newsletter, CARE shares stories from volunteers. Read MoreRead More
A bipartisan and bicameral delegation of Congressional staffers traveled to Ecuador with CARE to see the impacts of U.S. foreign investments firsthand. The delegation met with Ecuadorian government officials, civil society actors, and program participants to discuss how violence and poverty undermine development throughout Latin America and force people to flee their communities, as well as the role that global investments in rights-based, community-led emergency response and development can play in combatting poverty. Read MoreRead More
According to the UN, more than 10 million refugees have fled Ukraine since February 2022. In this August 15 update, CARE shares three stories from Ukrainian refugees who are adjusting to life in Poland. Read MoreRead More