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Ten years ago, the global community faced what was one of the biggest tests of humanitarianism in recent history. A decade later, lessons learned from the tsunami humanitarian response continue to influence and improve how the world responds to disasters today.

For a lot of people the holidays mean cooking. But, maybe cooking isn’t your forte. That’s ok – we can’t all be bakers. Two of our colleagues wanted to share their craftyside with you – and make sure to read through – there’s a surprise!

Anastasia was all smiles when CARE’s team visited her, on what happened to be her son Godfrey’s seventh day of life.

Before conflict erupted on Dec. 15, 2013, South Sudan’s frail healthcare system was struggling. Twelve months later, a new CARE report suggests the diagnosis has become critical.