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7/8/18

The Associated Press: Thousands who fled recent fighting in Syria return home

The Associated Press quoted CARE in a story about the Syrian crisis and the displacement of southern Syrians.

6/29/18

BBC: The health risks of maturing early

The BBC published a commentary about the health risks of maturing early, which can subject girls to a greater threat of sexual harassment and violence and lead to elevated...

6/24/18

The Hill: In Syria, Trump travel ban case is being watched closely

The Hill quoted Michelle Nunn, president and CEO of CARE, in a story about the Trump Administration’s travel ban and its impact on Syrian refugees in Jordan. Due to the ban,...

6/20/18

PBS NewsHour: ‘It’s been such a long time since I’ve ever seen a flower’: Life in a Syrian refugee camp

PBS NewsHour featured CARE’s work at Azraq camp in Jordan, which accommodates over 50,000 Syrian refugees that seek asylum and employment.

6/14/18

NBC Nightly News: Millions at risk of starvation in Yemen amid new military offensive

Jolien Veldwijk, CARE Yemen’s assistant country director of CARE, was featured on NBC Nightly News in a segment about the limited access of humanitarian aid in Yemen after a...

6/13/18

The New York Times: Fears of New Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen After Attack on Port

The New York Times quoted Jolien Veldwijk, CARE’s acting country director, in a story about the war in Yemen and the recent attack on its main port city from a Saudi-led...

6/11/18

Shondaland: #TimesUp, #MeToo, and the Global Movement for Women's Rights

Shondaland, the pioneering storytelling company by television producer, Shonda Rhimes, highlighted CARE’s work to eradicate poverty and promote development through the...

6/11/18

The Associated Press: UN: Worst of crisis may still come in Syria

The Associated Press quoted Wouter Schaap, CARE’s country director in Syria, in a story about the challenges of displacement amid recent airstrikes in the rebel-held Idlib...

5/21/18

MSNBC Morning Joe: CARE kicks off 16th annual national conference

Michelle Nunn, CARE’s president and CEO and Sally Yates, former acting U.S Attorney General appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to discuss CARE’s 16th annual conference that...

5/4/18

PBS NewsHour: ‘I don’t think there’s a safe place in Yemen anymore’

PBS NewsHour featured Bushra Aldukhainah, a CARE Yemen area manager, in a story about the war in Yemen where 75% of the country is in need of humanitarian assistance.

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