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Jul 12

Starvation Risk Increases in Sudan Amid Escalating Violence in the East and West

ByCARE Australia July 12, 2024 0 comments

(Nairobi, Kenya) Over half of Sudan’s population, totaling 26.5 million people, is facing disastrous levels of hunger. This situation is forecasted to worsen as the country endures reduced agricultural output ahead of the next harvest in September 2024, while fighting continues to escalate. Since the beginning of July, an uptick…

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Jul 10

Birth under Bombs – 9 Months of Hell in Gaza

ByCARE Australia July 10, 2024 0 comments

9 months on from escalation of violence in Gaza, pregnant women 3 x more likely to miscarry(1) and 3 x more likely to die in childbirth(2) In the 9 months, or 40 weeks, that the violence in Gaza has now raged on, women there have conceived, miscarried, and birthed their babies. Instead…

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Jun 26

Starving in Statistics: CARE’s Response to Gaza Food Insecurity Report

ByCARE Australia June 26, 2024 0 comments

In response to the latest IPC report on the level of food insecurity in Gaza, CARE’s Interim Country Director for West Bank and Gaza, Daw Mohamed said: “Too often, in recent decades, the international community has failed to truly recognize the depth of suffering caused by hunger, focusing on terminology instead…

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Jun 13

Women in war: New CARE report reveals how women are leaders in first response and recovery during armed conflict

ByCARE Australia June 13, 2024 0 comments

Badrah, 42, is a widowed mother who fled the conflict in Taiz and currently lives with her children in a Al-zelay  camp site

600 million women around the world live within 50 kilometers of a conflict zone, more than double the number it was in the 1990s. Yet our understanding of how women experience war and respond in these highly complex crises is often clouded by narratives that frame them as, at worst, invisible, or at best,…

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Jun 7

Humanitarian assistance following landslide disaster in PNG hampered by blocked roads, tribal tensions and ongoing evacuation orders

ByCARE Australia June 7, 2024 0 comments

Humanitarian assistance in Enga Province PNG, following the major landslide of 24 May, has been hampered by a lack of road access, increasing tribal tension, and a 72-hour evacuation order issued by local government this week, according to international humanitarian organisation, CARE. CARE is currently in the affected…

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