PORT-AU-PRINCE (August 27, 2012) – Though damage from Tropical Storm Isaac was less than feared, the global humanitarian organization CARE is working to meet the needs of...
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ATLANTA (August 7, 2012) - CARE says an $806 million funding gap is threatening to derail the international community's efforts to address the current food crisis and boost...
CARE calls for total protection of women and girls
Food insecurity and conflict still a threat for the Horn of Africa, Dadaab refugee camp running out of funding
CARE applauds global community for standing by girls and women and urges the global community to honor commitments made at the summit
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CARE scales up response, urges donors to ease restrictions on aid delivery
CARE brings clean water, sanitation, shelter as official death toll tops 1,000 in disasters
You have likely heard the news that multiple natural disasters – including a typhoon, four earthquakes and a tsunami – have killed at least 1,000 people in recent days.