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6/21/19

A win for women worldwide: Historic global treaty to end violence and harassment at work agreed today

GENEVA (June 21, 2019) - Two years after launching its #March4Women global campaign, CARE International applauds governments, employers and workers today for agreeing to a...

6/20/19

World Refugee Day: The world's poorest countries shoulder the burden of the global refugee crisis

New findings by the UN Refugee Agency’s Global Trends report show that the world’s developing regions are hosting 84 percent of all refugees.

6/19/19

Venezuelan Migrants at High Risk for Trafficking and Abuse

New analysis finds abuse and exploitation of women migrating from Venezuela has reached alarming levels. 

6/17/19

CARE, Abbott and the Abbott Fund Launch Partnership to Address Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs) in Humanitarian Settings

Program focused on helping people affected by conflict in Marawi City, Philippines Chronic diseases are a critical but often overlooked problem in regions affected by...

6/7/19

CARE Convenes 17th Annual Conference in DC, Calls on Attendees to ‘FIGHT WITH CARE®’

Conference will feature dynamic lineup of speakers, expert panels and citizen advocates who will call on policymakers to bring about positive change for women and girls...

6/5/19

Aid Organizations Working Together to Raise Awareness and Quickly Respond to Humanitarian Crises

Eight leading U.S.-based international relief organizations have renewed their commitment to the Global Emergency Response Coalition, a lifesaving humanitarian alliance that...

5/30/19

Violence and Destruction Leaves Two CARE-Supported Healthcare Facilities Out of Service in Syria

Amman, 30 May 2019 – The spike in violence in northwest Syria has forced CARE International to suspend some of its aid provision, including at healthcare facilities and...

5/28/19

Cyclone Idai Faded from News Headlines, But Its Larger Impact is Yet to Be Felt.

In Mozambique, affected communities are still completely reliant on humanitarian assistance, but media attention has fallen down drastically.

5/28/19

White House decision to invoke emergency authority to allow arms sales in Yemen 'will mean more lives are lost'

It remains critical that all parties to the conflict uphold their obligations under international humanitarian law to spare civilian lives and allow them to access the aid...

5/23/19

Less than 1% of humanitarian aid spent on protecting women from violence in crisis, CARE warns Oslo conference

CARE challenges global leaders to commit long-term, predictable funding mechanisms for the protection of women from gender-based violence and abuse during crises and...

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