CARE staff fill vans with food parcels and hygiene items, in partnership with Lebanese NGO Sanabel al-Nour. CARE distributed food and hygiene packages to 300 vulnerable families in Tripoli, Northern Lebanon.

As the world stays indoors, and individuals around the globe come together in a historical moment of solidarity to stop the spread of COVID-19, for many of the world’s most vulnerable people; lock downs, border restrictions and limitations on movement pose life-threatening challenges.

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Children in Nepal washing their hands

See how CARE’s hygiene work around the world has shown us time and time again that regular, proper hand washing saves lives.

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There is a new item at the top of the global to-do list: stopping the spread of this virus a.k.a flattening the curve. Because we know we all can do our part, we put together a reminder of the of small, but instrumental actions you can take to help.

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Burundi Suffering in Silence

There is no doubt that these unprecedented times will take the greatest toll on the most vulnerable around the world. Once again, women will face unique challenges during this emergency–not just here in Canada but in countries across the globe.

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CARE works in Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya supporting hygiene workshops on hand washing, cleaning latrines as well as keeping water clean and safe.

There is so much that is unknown about COVID 19 and so much misinformation going around. At CARE, we do know from decades of responding to epidemics in some of the poorest and most fragile contexts, that the only way through is together.

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IN Mozambique, CARE is helping people rebuild their lives after the devastation of Cyclone Idai in March 2019

CARE has helped more than 300,000 people affected by cyclone Idai—one of the worst tropical cyclones on record to affect Africa and the Southern Hemisphere.

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#March4Women art contes

Are you a creative-type? We want to see women’s leadership depicted through art throughout the month of March as part of our #March4Women campaign! Your work will be featured on our social media platform and you could win a great prize!

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CARE Canada’s President and CEO (Interim) Mara O’Brien James shares CARE’s March4Women campaign to take action for a more equal world. Whether you march or walk or share your voice, you can ensure that the month of March is for women.

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