World Health Day 2020: CARE's Rebecca Davidson

Rebecca Davidson, Head of CARE Canada’s Global Health team, shares her reflections on World Health Day as women and girls around the world cope with COVID-19. She explains the impacts of the pandemic on global health, what CARE is doing, and how we can help ensure that women and girls have tools and support to survive this crisis and to help forge a more equal, more resilient world.

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How COVID-19 impacts women and girls with CARE's Emily Wiseman

How COVID-19 impacts women and girls Emily Wiseman, CARE Canada’s Senior Gender Advisor, shares her thoughts on the new Rapid Gender Analysis on COVID-19 report released today by CARE and the International Rescue Committee, how women and girls are and will be disproportionately affected by the pandemic. Learn more about CARE’s COVID-19 response

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic affects us all. It will have unthinkable consequences in the places CARE is already delivering lifesaving aid—places where health care systems are already weak, and where disaster and conflict have wiped out long-term food supplies. In these communities, there are far too many vulnerable people and too few resources to fight a deadly virus like COVID-19.

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Video: Kids in Yemen talk about airplanes

Yemen is facing the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. 2019 marks 3 years since since the closure of Sana’a commercial airport, meaning people are trapped in a conflict zone. CARE spoke to children about what they know about airplanes and what they told us was heart wrenching.

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Video: Being a humanitarian worker

Since 1945, CARE staff have been delivering humanitarian support to those most in need. Their unwavering commitment to saving lives – often at risk to their own lives – is truly inspiring.

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