In response to the White House decision to invoke emergency authority to make additional arms sales to members of the Coalition engaged in military operations in Yemen, Michelle Nunn, CARE USA’s President and CEO said:
SANAA (May 16, 2019) – Hours after the UN Security Council heralded the success of the handover of Hodeidah port as a vital step in the peace process, intensive airstrikes launched on Sana’a this morning have shattered any glimmer of hope for peace in the near future
WASHINGTON (April 24, 2019) – The global humanitarian and development organization CARE has issued the following statement in response to the UN resolution on sexual violence in conflict.
David Ray, CARE USA’s Vice President of Policy and Advocacy, said:
A month after Cyclone Idai, menstrual hygiene becomes a silent need as cholera outbreak fears persist
BEIRA/HARARE/LILONGWE (April 16, 2019) — Women and girls affected by last month’s destructive Cyclone Idai storm are facing serious health risks due to shortages of menstrual hygiene support, CARE experts said.
MAPUTO – As experts in Mozambique warn of a cholera outbreak, CARE is designing aid distributions to stem the onset of a “second disaster" in the communities worst-affected by Cyclone Idai.
• Aid agency sets up committees to protect women and girls from abuse
• Spokespeople available for print and broadcast interviews in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi