Women & Children in Emergencies

8/23/18

Finding peace inside Bangladesh’s refugee camps

Hot, arid, humid, muddy — the situation in Bangladesh camps, where hundreds of thousands of refugees from Myanmar have settled in the last year, changes drastically in a day.

8/23/18

Noor Kajol’s big dreams

Noor Kajol likes to stay busy. The 12-year-old fills her days studying Arabic, playing games with friends, and making art.

8/23/18

Born as a refugee

Anwar Begum walks through the muddy alleys of the refugee camp while juggling her 2-month-old and an umbrella. Her 4-year-old son Jaber follows close behind. It rained all morning and now, partly soaked, the family is finding its way back to the small, makeshift shelter of bamboo and tarp it call

8/7/18

D. R. Congo: Ebola Virus Outbreak Endangers 300,000 Lives

KINSHASA (August 6, 2018) - CARE is deeply concerned about a new Ebola virus outbreak in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo (D.R.C), risking the lives of 300,000 Congolese. 37 cases, including 22 deaths, have been reported so far.

8/7/18

D. R. Congo: One of the World’s Forgotten Humanitarian Crises in Urgent Need of International Attention

A surge in violent conflict and inter-communal tensions has forced more than 781,000 Congolese, many of them women and children, to flee their homes since 2017.

8/6/18

Joint NGO statement on attack in Hodeidah on 2 August

We, the undersigned humanitarian and human rights organizations, strongly condemn the major attacks that hit a fish market and the entrance to Yemen's largest hospital, Al Thawra, in Hodeidah on August 2nd, which reportedly killed over 40 civilians, including children.

8/3/18

Airstrikes in Hodeidah Mark Fresh Violence in Vulnerable Yemen Port City

SANAA (August 3, 2018) – Almost two months after an offensive on the Yemen port city of Hodeidah began, last night airstrikes hit a fish market and the entrance to a hospital, injuring up to 70 people and killing at least 20, including medical staff.

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