CARE Poland 2022 Annual Report
After World War II, CARE mobilized to send much-needed food rations, known as "CARE Packages," to Polish people and refugees devastated by war and occupation. As the war in Ukraine escalated, CARE returned to Poland to assist Ukrainian refugees. The Polish office is also active in Slovakia and Hungary and runs operations in Ukraine. Currently, CARE International in Poland aims to ensure that refugees in Poland have access to gender, education, and basic needs assistance. Working with local partners, CARE International in Poland has reached 400,000 Ukrainian refugees in the region.