Press Releases

The Latest News

Browse our press releases and articles to find out the latest in CARE news.

A Moment With Michelle

Blog posts from CARE's President & CEO, Michelle Nunn

Press releases

1/13/20

CARE Ready to Respond to Philippine’s Taal Volcano, Possible Hazardous Eruption.

MANILA (January 13, 2010) - On the afternoon of January 12, 2020, the Taal Volcano located in the province of Batangas in Luzon Island

1/11/20

United Nations Security Council votes to scale back humanitarian assistance to millions of vulnerable Syrians

We are deeply concerned that the United Nations Security Council has voted today to scale back humanitarian assistance to millions of acutely vulnerable people in Syria.

12/29/19

Philippines: Typhoon Phanfone Strikes on Christmas Eve

Destruction Level “Similar to Typhoon Haiyan.”  

12/20/19

Statement From Michelle Nunn, President and CEO of CARE, on UN Security Council Resolution for Cross-Border Humanitarian Assistance in Syria

Russia and China’s double veto today of the UN Security Council resolution to reauthorize cross-border humanitarian assistance reaching 4 million Syrians in need is...

12/19/19

Statement on UN Security Council Resolution 2449

The U.N. Security Council must not fail the millions of Syrians whose lives are at risk. We call on all of its members to urgently work to extend this essential lifeline...

12/12/19

CARE Celebrates the Senate Introduction of the International Violence Against Women Act

CARE is pleased to welcome the bipartisan Senate introduction of the International Violence Against Women Act. This bill will ensure that tackling gender-based violence is a...

12/12/19

One Year Since Stockholm Agreement, Hodeidah Still Most Dangerous Place in Yemen for Civilians

CARE and 14 other humanitarian organizations are worried as, despite a ceasefire in the port city being at the heart of last year’s Stockholm Agreement, Hodeidah has seen a...

12/6/19

As Rains in Kenya Expected to Increase Over the Next Few Days, CARE Gears up to Respond With Assistance Targeted at Women and Girls

The floods have been described as the worst in Kenya’s history. CARE plans to provide lifesaving assistance across the affected areas, with a focus on some of the most...

Pages