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Syrian refugees in Tripoli, in the North of Lebanon, live in old, crowded and run-down apartments. CARE supports them with access to clean water and sanitary facilities  more...
Posted by dfava on Notes From the Field Sep 9, 2014 10:21 AM EDT
Lamis, 22, volunteers for CARE in Lebanon. She writes about her home country Syria and how she supports her fellow refugees every day   I had only minutes to leave my home in Syria. I took my house keys with me – just like my grandfather did back in 1948 when he had to flee from his home in Palestine.  I remember asking myself: “Will I be like... more...
Posted by dfava on Notes From the Field Sep 9, 2014 9:56 AM EDT
by Aimee Ansari, Country Director for CARE International in South Sudan In the shower in the Malakal UN Protection of Civilians (PoC) site, as I dodged a swarm of mosquitoes, I realize how deeply angry I am at the situation in South Sudan. I angrily swat at the mosquitoes, taking my anger out on those that bite me in the shower and through my jeans,... more...
Posted by dfava on Notes From the Field Sep 8, 2014 3:28 PM EDT
We asked women what changes they wanted to see in their lives.  Their answers might surprise you. more...
Posted by ejanoch@care.org on Notes From the Field Sep 5, 2014 11:58 AM EDT
Dr. Ghassan Qaraman (41) is a pediatrician and father of five working for the Palestinian Medical Relief Society (PMRS) in Gaza. In partnership with CARE, PMRS is providing medical assistance through mobile health teams. They set up mobile clinics in schools and other places where people are finding shelter when forced to flee their homes. In a day,... more...
Posted by dfava on Notes From the Field Aug 22, 2014 11:24 AM EDT
By René Celaya, country director CARE West Bank and Gaza Gaza City/Jerusalem, 18.08.2014: Last week, I visited CARE and our partners’ staff in Gaza. I believed the images available through the media had prepared me to see a lot of destruction and suffering. However, standing in front of a building that had been destroyed was still... more...
Posted by dfava on Notes From the Field Aug 18, 2014 11:31 AM EDT
It has already been six months since my last visit to Ali Ade camp in Djibouti where we held a three-day workshop for local religious leaders and other community members to raise their awareness about family planning. This workshop targeted men, women and adolescents and resulted in the formation of two family planning committees in the camp: one for... more...
Posted by shuang on Notes From the Field Aug 11, 2014 11:10 AM EDT
Sixty-six years ago, CARE played matchmaker for one amazing couple! CARE wishes a happy 66 th wedding anniversary to the original CARE Package® couple, Helga and Leo Kissell. more...
Posted by kierastein on Notes From the Field Aug 7, 2014 10:53 AM EDT
Haifa Abu Amro, CARE staffer in Gaza, 30 years old talks about how she has lived through the violence in Gaza and what she sees on the ground   more...
Posted by dfava on Notes From the Field Aug 5, 2014 4:03 PM EDT
By Barbara Jackson, Humanitarian Director, CARE International Peter Bothi is a storekeeper with the CARE South Sudan team in Bentiu. He is in charge of maintaining the inventory records of the stocks from the clinic and office that were once in Bentiu town but which are now currently being occupied by soldiers and where a number of CARE vehicles were... more...
Posted by dfava on Notes From the Field Jul 30, 2014 9:33 AM EDT
Ghada Al Kord, 28, co-ordinates safety and security for CARE staff in Gaza and has lived in Gaza her whole life. Ghada lives with her husband and 18-month-old daughter. She is three months pregnant with her second child. more...
Posted by dfava on Notes From the Field Jul 28, 2014 11:38 AM EDT
In a few days Muslims around the world will celebrate their most important religious holidays: Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan, an entire month of fasting from dawn until sunset. This Ramadan has probably been the hottest and longest Ramadan that I have ever been through in my life. People are fasting up to 16 hours every day. We are not eating... more...
Posted by dfava on Notes From the Field Jul 23, 2014 1:32 PM EDT
Today  I was honored to join the CARE delegation at the Girl Summit along with notables from Nike Foundation President Maria Eitel to UK Prime Minister David Cameron. Some of the most inspiring speeches weren’t given by the famous participants in today’s Global Summit such as actress Frieda Pinto, but rather by the infamous but... more...
Posted by ejanoch@care.org on Notes From the Field Jul 23, 2014 9:29 AM EDT
blog by Saaed Al Madhoun, CARE Program Officer in Gaza more...
Posted by dfava on Notes From the Field Jul 23, 2014 9:25 AM EDT
Sometimes girls get married because they think they are getting a better life than what they are leaving behind.  Sadly, this is not always true. more...
Posted by ejanoch@care.org on Notes From the Field Jul 22, 2014 4:48 PM EDT
A Nepali woman talks about how she got married at 12--how she made sure that her daughter did not have to. more...
Posted by ejanoch@care.org on Notes From the Field Jul 18, 2014 9:54 AM EDT
A young girl in Burundi tells how her mother's marriage at 12 has affected her own life, and how she is determined to stay in school and not become a child bride. more...
Posted by ejanoch@care.org on Notes From the Field Jul 17, 2014 11:38 AM EDT
Father of five Mostafa Kahlout is a CARE Economic Empowerment Program coordinator in Gaza. His role involves helping more than 8,000 vulnerable households in Gaza to access food and earn an income, mostly through small scale farming. Mostafa and his family live in Gaza, and have barely left the house since the Israeli military operation began last... more...
Posted by dfava on Notes From the Field Jul 17, 2014 10:22 AM EDT
What is your normal job for CARE? How does it help people living in poverty?   I work as a Programme Officer for CARE, I also have security and logistical responsibilities for the Gaza office.  My role involves helping and supporting the vulnerable households at Gaza, increasing their food security and increasing their... more...
Posted by dfava on Notes From the Field Jul 17, 2014 10:16 AM EDT
That’s what GangaRam got as dowry when he married at age 10.  It’s a pretty common dowry for a wedding in the Terai region of Nepal—often a young boy marrying a child bride.  It’s a lot for a Nepali family, and still such a small price, considering everything children who are married have to give up. Dowry is a huge... more...
Posted by ejanoch@care.org on Notes From the Field Jul 16, 2014 11:48 AM EDT

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