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12/13/18

CBS News.com: Senate votes to end support for Yemen war

CBS News.com interviewed Sheba Crocker, CARE’s vice president for humanitarian policy and practice, live on its website about breaking news of a bipartisan Senate vote to...

12/10/18

The Washington Post: ‘Immediate responses’ are needed to save lives in Yemen, U.N. and aid groups say

The Washington Post quoted Sheba Crocker, CARE vice president for humanitarian policy and practice, about the worsening Yemen crisis to urge countries to assist.

12/6/18

The Independent: ‘Milestone’ Yemen peace talks begin as UN warns of famine risk

The Independent quoted Johan Mooij, CARE Yemen’s country director, in a story about the worsening humanitarian crisis in the country.

11/29/18

Bustle: Syrian Refugee Girls Are Taking Control Of Their Own Stories Through Film

Bustle profiled CARE’s Azraq Film School in Jordan highlighting the stories of film school participants like 17-year old Asma Abdel Rahman Sleiman and 20-year-old Afrah...

11/26/18

CNN.com: Act now over Yemen conflict or share blame for mass famine, charities tell US

CNN.com mentioned CARE in a story about a joint letter it signed with other NGO’s petitioning the Trump Administration to cease military support to the Saudi Arabian-led...

11/20/18

Voice of America: Displaced

Voice of America mentioned CARE in a documentary entitled “Displaced” about the Myanmar refugee crisis. VOA contributor Greta Van Susteren and a camera crew went behind the...

11/6/18

The Guardian: We're in constant fear of armed attack as we treat Ebola patients in Congo

The Guardian published a blog written by Dr. Erik Mukama, a health specialist in Beni, Democratic Republic of Congo about the world’s first Ebola outbreak in an armed-...

11/1/18

NPR: A Call For A Cease-Fire In Yemen Makes News. Its Catastrophe Doesn't

NPR quoted Jolien Veldwijk, CARE Yemen’s assistant country director extensively in a story about the country’s humanitarian crisis. Veldwijk says that aid workers are working...

10/17/18

Reuters: Plate of beans too costly for some as conflict sends food costs rocketing

Reuters quoted Emily Janoch, a CARE director of learning,  in a story about a recent study by the U.N. World Food Program (WFP), that found food was becoming less affordable...

10/15/18

Newsweek: Syria War: U.S., Russia deals with Turkey, key to preventing conflict, could now be in a major trouble

Newsweek and The Washington Post quoted Wouter Schaap, CARE’s country director in Syria, in a story about the humanitarian consequences in Idlib if a ceasefire deal is not...

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