Humanitarian Relief

Posted by Susan West on
Wed, 03/26/2014
The “Dead 2 Red” ultra marathon raised awareness and support for the more than 9 million Syrians who remain in urgent need of assistance three years after their country erupted into conflict. This... Read more
Posted by Susan West on
Mon, 02/10/2014
For Rolando Creado, 64, the safest place was to head to the mountains. A rice farmer in the village of San Miguelay, about a 45 minute drive from Tacloban City in Leyte, Philippines, he knew things... Read more
Posted by Susan West on
Fri, 02/07/2014
These students are now equipped with skills that are essential in rebuilding their lives, which have been turned upside down because of the decades-long conflict that has afflicted the region. And a... Read more
Posted by Rachael Ruble on
Thu, 12/12/2013
What is the situation like now in the communities you visited on Leyte and Samar islands? In spite of the massive devastation from the typhoon a month ago, we are seeing an incredible amount of... Read more
Posted by Rachael Ruble on
Tue, 11/26/2013
Eight vans, three days, thousands of typhoon survivors. That’s the math CARE is looking at for a rapid series of food distributions on the Philippine island of Panay. Typhoon Haiyan battered the... Read more
Posted by Rachael Ruble on
Wed, 11/20/2013
November 25 marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, designated by the United Nations in 1999 to draw attention to the tragic epidemic of violence that devastates... Read more
Posted by Rachael Ruble on
Mon, 11/11/2013
“We arrived by boat at the port in Ormoc City. As soon as we stepped onto the port, we were in the middle of a disaster zone. Everything was destroyed. Tin roofing sheets were hanging off trees like... Read more
Posted by Rachael Ruble on
Mon, 11/04/2013
Twenty-year-old Kawsar Mohamed is a graduate of the training program sponsored by CARE’s A Path Forward project. Kawsar participated in a nine-month vocational course in office management and now... Read more
Posted by Rachael Ruble on
Mon, 11/04/2013
Unfortunately, many of them fall victim to hopelessness, hunger and criminal activity. Twenty-two year-old Musa Abubakar was determined not to take that path – but it wasn’t easy. “Since my birth, I’... Read more
Posted by Rachael Ruble on
Thu, 10/10/2013
CARE has been operating in Southern Sudan since 1993, initially providing humanitarian relief to internally displaced people in Western Equatoria. The signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in... Read more