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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As an organization deeply concerned by the continuing global spread of the novel coronavirus and the resulting COVID-19 disease, CARE Canada is committed to working closely with health officials in the countries and regions where CARE is operational to ensure the safety and security of CARE staff and programs.

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Climate Change Women

The poorest 1 billion people⁠—the majority of which are women and girls⁠—are responsible for just 3% of global greenhouse gas emissions. And yet, when conflict or disaster strikes, women and girls disproportionately face displacement, family separation, and the continual risk of violence.

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