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Latest news and stories from CARE's work in the field

Latest news and stories from CARE's work in the field

Aug 2

Far below what Australians find acceptable (or imaginable?)

By CARE Australia August 2, 2016 0 comments

© Josh Estey/CARE

When I worked on the Independent Review of Aid Effectiveness – five years ago and a world away– I advocated for the Australian aid objective to be articulated in such a way that it emphasised that Australian aid was there to help those who lived in unacceptably bad conditions. The Review…

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Sep 3

South Sudan: Unasked questions, unspoken answers

By CARE Australia September 3, 2014 0 comments

The health centres screen children for malnutrition, provide life-saving vaccines and treatment, and assist pregnant women and mothers. ©Josh Estey/CARE

Health centres in South Sudan screen children for malnutrition, provide life-saving vaccines and treatment, and assist pregnant women and mothers.

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Aug 13

Working in South Sudan: a photo story

By CARE Australia August 13, 2014 0 comments

CARE and World Food Programme staff work into the night to record the days activities during a rapid response mission to Pagak in South Sudan’s Upper Nile State. © Dan Alder/CARE

Working in South Sudan holds many challenges for staff to deliver life-saving assistance. A few of them are explained below. Impassable roads Delivering aid in South Sudan is a challenging endeavour – the country has very few paved roads and supplies can only be transported by air or boat. During…

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Jan 24

Cambodia: The very model of a modern male teacher

By CARE Australia January 24, 2014 0 comments

Mr Sen, 22, has been instrumental in bringing bilingual education to his hometown in Cambodia. ©Josh Estey/CARE

Mr Sen has been instrumental in bringing bilingual education to his hometown in Cambodia.

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Jan 14

Ethiopia: Clean water and money begin to flow

By CARE Australia January 14, 2014 2 comments
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Beletech is chairperson of her village's Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Committee. Despite their name, the group does much more than just improve access to clean water and sanitation in their community. ©Josh Estey/CARE

CARE water and hygiene projects in Ethiopia are bringing new opportunities to remote villages.

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Dec 27

Syrian refugee crisis: Giving birth in a foreign land

By CARE Australia December 27, 2013 0 comments

By Johanna Mitscherlich, Regional Emergency Communications Officer, CARE International A 45-minute drive from Amman, the capital of Jordan, a bumpy road leads to a sea of tents. Children are playing next to big barrels filled with rainwater, rusty cages with chickens and goats, and burning piles of rubbish. Sahab, aged…

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Nov 19

Philippines: ‘A typhoon in my heart’

By CARE Australia November 19, 2013 0 comments

Donate to CARE’s Typhoon Haiyan Appeal By Laura Sheahen, Senior Communications Officer, CARE USA In the space of a week, Jocelyn faced two life-altering storms. A mother of three living on the island of Leyte in the Philippines, she found herself hanging on for dear life while Typhoon Yolanda’s…

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Oct 28

Preparing for disaster in PNG

By CARE Australia October 28, 2013 1 comment

In 2013, nearly half of the world's natural disasters occur in the Asia-Pacific. ⒸCARE

CARE is helping people in PNG, including those living with disability, to be better protected during times of emergency.

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