As the crisis enters its ninth year, Syrian women and girls continue to bear the brunt of the conflict, inside and outside Syria.
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CARE and Leading Humanitarian, Development and Global Health Organizations Urge Congress to Reject Cuts to Foreign Assistance
WASHINGTON (March 11, 2019) – CARE, along with leading humanitarian, development, and global health organizations Bread for the World, Catholic Relief Services, InterAction,...
The PepsiCo Foundation Partners with CARE to Tackle Gender Inequality in Agriculture with an $18.2 Million Investment in She Feeds the World
Grant will provide resources and training to 5 million women farmers and their families worldwide to help them increase crop yields and income
CARE USA Chief Operating Officer, Heather Higginbottom, told a congressional committee today that “continued American engagement in diplomacy and development is essential in...
CARE and Peer Humanitarian Organizations Call for More Humanitarian Access into Yemen after Pledging Conference
CARE, Save the Children, Norwegian Refugee Council, and Oxfam are ready to scale up their operations in Yemen with ensured additional funding.
CARE calls on all actors to decouple humanitarian assistance from political objectives – the suffering of people in need should not be politicized, and the provision of...
“Suffering In Silence” highlights humanitarian crises that made the fewest headlines based on analysis of global media coverage.
Climate Change Plays Major Role in Top 10 Underreported Humanitarian Crises of 2018, New CARE Report Shows
While media turns a blind eye to humanitarian catastrophes, climate change will not wait.
ATLANTA (Feb. 20, 2019) – The month of March has long been a time to champion women.
(February 20, 2019) — As the United Nations' third high-level donor pledging event to garner support for the humanitarian response in Yemen gets underway in Geneva, CARE is...