Building forward: Localization and Decolonization of Aid

International Women's Day march in South Sudan, March 8, 2019

We’ve been talking about localization of aid in the humanitarian sector for decades. Localization is the process of recognizing and respecting that decision-making on aid and its implementation should ultimately rest with the affected communities in order to better address needs.

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Why home-based humanitarianism can only take us so far

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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Video: Being a humanitarian worker

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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