Emergency

10/2/18

CARE Responds to Earthquake and Tsunami in Indonesia

JAKARTA (October 2, 2018) —The death toll from the earthquake and subsequent tsunami that struck the Indonesian island of Sulawesi grew to 1,234 today as rescuers fought to reach the worst-affected areas. 

10/2/18

The New York Times: How to Help Survivors of the Indonesia Earthquake and Tsunami

The New York Times listed CARE as an organization responding to the earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia. The story said CARE plans to provide drinking water, soap, buckets to collect water and sanitary napkins for women in Palu.

10/1/18

CARE Begins Emergency Response Activities in Indonesia as Death Toll Soars

JAKARTA (October 1, 2018) - International humanitarian organization CARE today began preparations for an assessment of the damages caused by the earthquake and subsequent tsunami in the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, which has left at least 832 people dead and a further 540 injur

9/15/18

CARE responds as Mangkhut lashes northern Philippines

MANILA (September 15, 2018) —Typhoon Mangkhut, locally known as Ompong, brought ferocious winds and blinding rain that left infrastructure and agricultural damage to provinces in northern Philippines.

9/15/18

The New York Times: Typhoon Mangkhut Wreaks Havoc in Philippines, Leaving at Least 25 Dead

The New York Times quoted Madel Montejo, a member of a CARE Philippines emergency response team in a story on Typhoon Mangkhut.

9/15/18

The New York Times: Typhoon Mangkhut: How to Help

The New York Times listed CARE in a list of organizations taking donations to respond Typhoon Mangkhut.

Read the story here.

9/13/18

Venezuela: Mismatched Migration Policies Leave Displaced People in Dire Conditions Between Borders

QUITO (September 13, 2018) - The international community urgently needs to step up funding and better coordinate their efforts to support hundreds of thousands of refugees from Venezuela, warns aid organization CARE. 

9/12/18

CARE Prepares for Strongest Typhoon to Hit the Philippines this Year

MANILA (September 12, 2018) - Typhoon Mangkhut (locally known as Ompong), the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines this year, continues to intensify. The Hawaii-based Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) has classified Mangkhut into a super typhoon.

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