World Humanitarian Summit: Indecision is not an option

Destruction in Aleppo, Syria.

ShareTweetShareEmail World Humanitarian Summit: Indecision is not an option May 16, 2016 By Gareth Price Jones, CARE International’s Senior Humanitarian Policy and Advocacy Coordinator With humanitarian crises in the Middle East, Africa and Asia having reached the shores of Europe, political attention is finally fixed at what is perhaps the greatest challenge of our time:…

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CARE Calls on the Rights of Refugees Living in Kenya to be Respected

International humanitarian agency CARE calls on the rights of refugees to be at the forefront amidst discussions on the future of refugees living inside Kenya. Earlier this month, the Government of Kenya announced that it would disband its Department of Refugee Affairs as a precursor to eventually closing refugee camps in the country. Such a…

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The “Waiting Hell”: refugees stranded in Greece

CARE’s Johanna Mitscherlich was recently in Greece where more than 50,000 refugees from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq are stranded. She describes the awful conditions families are forced to endure and the uncertain future one family in particular is waiting for. I have been here before. It has been a long time, but I still remember…

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