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BENTIU, South Sudan – CARE’s daily routine in Bentiu, South Sudan was interrupted by fighting this week, but project coordinator Rose Ejuru found plenty to do. She immediately changed roles, reverting to her medical training as a nurse to help tend several hundred patients who flowed into the clinic located inside the town’s UN... more...
Posted by kwillis on Notes From the Field Apr 18, 2014 12:24 PM EDT
When I was a child my grandmother used to tell me how she felt when she was forced to flee to Syria from her home in Palestine in 1948. She hoped for her children and her grandchildren to never have to experience what it feels like to be a refugee. But we still did. My family is one of hundreds of thousands of families who fled from Palestine decades ago, and who,... more...
Posted by kwillis on Notes From the Field Apr 18, 2014 11:06 AM EDT
At 61 years old, Marlyn Iradiel looks frail and when she walks, her back hunches a bit. Hard lines are visible on her face. She talks in such a soft voice that you have to inch closer to hear her better.  more...
Posted by kwillis on Notes From the Field Mar 31, 2014 12:30 PM EDT
Myla Diaz, 41, has always known the value of persistence. She unfailingly persuaded her husband every day for two months to start building a new house for their family. Her husband Lino, 40, quietly answered they did not have the resources for construction.  more...
Posted by kwillis on Notes From the Field Mar 31, 2014 12:14 PM EDT
Welcome to Dagahaley Refugee Camp in the Kenyan town of Dadaab. We are at Juba Primary School, Special Needs Education unit.  In this class, there are eight pupils - 5 girls and 3 boys - all of whom are visually impaired. more...
Posted by kwillis on Notes From the Field Mar 26, 2014 12:05 PM EDT
In humanitarian aid, we use categories of vulnerability to make sure that we always reach those who need support more than others but might get overlooked too quickly. Unaccompanied minors, pregnant and lactating women, persons with disabilities– these groups are often hit hardest by disasters and least able to help themselves. more...
Posted by kwillis on Notes From the Field Mar 26, 2014 11:50 AM EDT
“I like empowering girls with education”, Daud says enthusiastically while standing in the middle of a narrow alley that leads from the school courtyard to a small place behind the principal’s office. We are at Juba primary school in Dagahaley, one of the five refugee camps in the Kenyan town of Dadaab which lends its name to the... more...
Posted by kwillis on Notes From the Field Mar 26, 2014 11:37 AM EDT
The following text is an excerpt from a 2013 paper written by CARE Canada’s Jessie Thomson and Brooke Gibbons for the Canadian Humanitarian Conference in October 2013 about efforts to better use new technology in a humanitarian response.  more...
Posted by kwillis on Notes From the Field Mar 26, 2014 10:28 AM EDT
Meet Marah Zahalka from Jenin. She is a CARE sponsored member of the first all-women race car driving team in the Middle East.  more...
Posted by kwillis on Notes From the Field Mar 21, 2014 10:06 AM EDT
CARE team of aid workers and volunteer refugee staff participates in “Dead to Red” marathon in Jordan and tells of their epic journey more...
Posted by dfava on Notes From the Field Mar 20, 2014 2:36 PM EDT