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4 May 2018

Myanmar refugee crisis

Find out how CARE is helping people in Potibunia camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, prepare for the coming monsoon rains. Filmed April 2018 just before the rains are expected to arrive.

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4 May 2018

Chad

Nearly 30,000 refugees from Central African Republic have crossed into Chad since the beginning of the year. CARE has assisted over 5,000 newly arrived refugees in Moissala through WASH (water, sanitation, hygiene) and shelter support.

At Silambi, with funding from the Start Fund, in just over 2 weeks, CARE has built 115 shelters in semi-permanent materials (clay bricks and tarpaulin) and provided 4 boreholes for water and 15 shower/latrine units.

In total there are 634,000 displaced people in Chad, of whom 409,000 are refugees and asylum seekers from Sudan, Central African Republic and Nigeria.

3 May 2018

Fiji

Two consecutive tropical cyclones have caused prolonged flooding across parts of Fiji, affecting more than 77,000 people. CARE and our local partner Live & Learn has been conducting a gender, protection and inclusion analysis to assess needs and determine support needed, and will be distributing seeds and tools to enable farmers to rebuild livelihoods.

1 May 2018

DRC refugees in Uganda

CARE Uganda is supporting refugees from DRC with gender-based violence, sexual and reproductive health services
CARE Uganda is supporting refugees from DRC with gender-based violence, sexual and reproductive health services

More than 60,000 refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo have arrived in Uganda since the beginning of the year. An ongoing CARE gender-based violence assessment found that many women had directly experienced or witnessed at least one form of gender-based violence. CARE is responding in the refugee camps with gender-based violence, sexual and reproductive health services for women who have been displaced.

Read refugee stories from Uganda

1 May 2018

South Sudan

The humanitarian situation in South Sudan continues to deteriorate, with millions of people at risk of starvation between now and the harvest season in October. Hyper-inflation is putting the cost of food out of reach of the majority while the continuing conflict and unpredictable weather, including prolonged dry spells, have badly affected agricultural activities. CARE is assisting families with seeds, tools and peer-to-peer training on improved farming techniques.

Read how CARE is helping women farmers like Mary and Natalia

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