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The healthcare experiences of many Americans, in particular Black and Native women, are fraught with discrimination and structural racism. Check out CARE’s latest Rapid Gender Analysis:
The effects of #COVID19 do not impact U.S. populations equally. Black, Indigenous, and People of Color and women are disproportionately denied food, housing, health, water and education.
As a long-standing member of @ngowgwps, @CARE welcomes the 2020 Roadmap. Its concrete recs lay out how #UNSC members can end the rollback of women & girls’ rights. In 2020 we must all work harder to turn the tide to advance gender equality #WPSin2020…
The spread of #COVID19 in the U.S. has amplified existing social, economic, political, and historic inequalities. Check out CARE’s latest Rapid Gender Analysis:
"We fear that this decision will increase the suffering of those in need, who are overwhelmingly women and children (...) This is a dark day in the 75 year history of the #UNSC and #Syrians should rightfully question all of us for allowing this decision to stand." #Syria…
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As the first cases of #COVID19 are being reported in Idlib, #Syria, you can take immediate action and urge your members of Congress to fight for Syrians and all those living in crisis by prioritizing humanitarian assistance when it’s needed most.…
Please join us July 15 for a timely conversation with global women leaders to learn more about the impact of #COVID19 on the entire food eco-system and resulting threats facing the world’s most vulnerable populations.…
In the worst desert locust outbreak in decades, tens of billions of locusts are moving across East Africa, Southwest Asia, and the Arabian Peninsula, devouring crops and potentially leaving millions of people without enough food to survive.
Excited that @CARE is joining w/ @UNCDF, @MFA_Lu, @ITCnews's @tembo_dorothy, @RealSmartAfrica's @DGSmartAfrica, @StopTB's @LucicaDitiu, @UNDESA's @NavidHanif_UN & @bamboocp tomorrow at 8am ET to discuss the importance of SME financing to #COVID19 response and recovery efforts.
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There's no question women will be on the frontlines of the response to COVID-19, increasing their risk of contracting #coronavirus. CARE is working to make sure their needs are met as this crisis unfolds. Your gift right now saves lives.
Every year, over 26 million people are displaced by the effects of #climatechange. Climate change exacerbates existing inequalities, and in crisis - women bear the heaviest load.…
Women frontline workers often have greater patient interactions in professions such as nursing, where women make up over 85% of the workforce, increasing their risks of exposure to #COVID19. New report:
communities and respond to COVID-19. @CARE urges Council members to prioritize Syrians’ access to principled humanitarian assistance and make every effort to ensure innocent civilians do not bear the brunt of this political compromise. (5/5)
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displaced Syrians in the northwest lack access to soap, the most basic hygiene necessity to stem the transmission of coronavirus. Keeping both Bab Al Hawa and Bab Al Salam open would have ensured better access for the humanitarian community to provide aid to these (4/5)
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and medicine to families that are already in acute need. As COVID-19 continues to spread—with the first confirmed case in Idlib reported this week —we fear that this decision will cost lives. In an assessment this spring, @CARE found that a catastrophic 91% of internally (3/5)
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consequences for the Syrians who depend on food and medical assistance transported via this crossing by the UN. Without access to both crossings, @CARE and other international aid organizations will have yet another obstacle to deliver essential supplies like food, water, (2/5)
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.@CARE is deeply disappointed by the United Nations Security Council’s decision to further scale back humanitarian assistance to four million vulnerable people in northwest #Syria. The closure of the Bab Al Salam crossing will have far-reaching and long-lasting negative (1/5)
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As coronavirus ravages Latin America, minimal resources and support for Venezuelan refugees are forcing them to return home despite the country's ongoing humanitarian crisis.
Andy & Alexandra live in Guayaquil, Ecuador one of the cities worst hit by #coronavirus in Latin America. They've sent Alexandra's children to live with their grandmother while the couple rebuilds their food business and waits out the pandemic.
Since the beginning of the #COVID19 pandemic, CARE has been on the ground providing food, hygiene supplies, clean water and more in places where healthcare systems are weak because of disaster and conflict.
In a time when people are meant to socially distance themselves from others, the world’s most vulnerable populations are struggling to prevent the spread of coronavirus in overcrowded spaces with limited resources.
Every year, over 26 million people are displaced by the effects of #climatechange. Climate change exacerbates existing inequalities, and in crisis - women bear the heaviest load.…
Unless #COVID19 is contained in #Syria, it will not be a matter of months before the health system collapses—it will be a matter of weeks.…
There is no justification for Tuesday’s UN Security Council veto on the renewal of cross-border aid into #Syria. In May alone, over 1.7 million people received health and medical treatment and supplies via UN cross-border assistance.
After violence forced Fatima to flee Syria, a CARE-sponsored financial assistance program & small business grant transformed the life of this mother of five. After her business became a success in Jordan, she began hosting free trainings for other aspiring businesswomen.…
Thank you @NitaLowey, @LoisFrankel, @RepLawrence, @RepBarbaraLee, @RepDWStweets & @RepBonnie for taking action to reverse the devastating #globalgagrule, stop counterproductive restrictions on family planning & health funding, & provide critical support for @UNFPA
Every single person deserves justice, dignity, and equal opportunity, no matter where they live in the U.S. and around the world. Join @staceyabrams and sign the petition to put women and girls at the center of COVID-19 response:
Keeping 4 million #Syrians alive must be the only goal. The current border crossings are used to deliver lifesaving supplies. Restricting the UN to one crossing has no other justification than to limit the UN's ability to reach those most in…
Join President and CEO of @CARE USA, @MichelleNunn, and @ITCnews to discuss ‘The Importance of SME Financing to #COVID19 Response and Recovery Efforts.’ @UN #HLPF2020 14 July at 8 AM EST LIVE at… #SMErecovery #SheTrades…
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#COVID19 now confirmed in NE and NW #Syria AND humanitarian needs are at their highest in the 9+ yr conflict. Keeping 4 million Syrians alive must be the only goal. @CAREGlobal appeals to 15 #UNSC members to vote today to keep 2 Turkish crossings open for as long as possible.
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The #coronavirus pandemic and the economic downturn that followed have exacerbated the problem of #periodpoverty, leaving marginalized populations who were already struggling to afford menstrual products at even more of a loss. | via @statnews
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“Governments must respect the 2020 deadline under the Paris Agreement and deliver new, gender-transformative, and more ambitious climate plans which also boost the resilience of people in displacement situations,” says @harmeling on CARE report. ➡️…
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Today, the first case of #COVID19 in NW #Syria has been confirmed. The patient is one of our doctors working at SAMS-supported Bab al-Hawa Hospital in Idlib. He has been in isolation since first noticing symptoms on July 5. Read our full statement.
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Thinking back to last month’s @CARE Virtual Summit w/ @HillaryClinton, @staceyabrams, @SusanWBrooks & more. Women and girls still need your help as they face #COVID19 at home & around the world. Act now to put them at the center of the global response.
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CARE is already fighting #coronavirus day-to-day in places where healthcare systems are weak and long-lasting food supplies have been wiped out by disaster and conflict. We’re supporting vulnerable communities affected by this pandemic. #COVID19
Thank you @RepLoisFrankel for prioritizing the safety and dignity of women and girls during crises by supporting the Keeping Women and Girls Safe from the Start Act. Sign the petition to help get it passed: #KeepHerSafe
There is no justification for Tuesday’s UN Security Council veto on the renewal of cross-border aid into #Syria. In May alone, over 1.7 million people received health and medical treatment and supplies via UN cross-border assistance.…
Today, #SouthSudan celebrates its 9th birthday on the 9th. The world’s newest country faces some of its biggest problems and #humanitarian crises, including ongoing conflicts and the threat of #COVID19 on a fragile healthcare system. Learn more:…
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Every year, over 26 million people are displaced by the effects of #climatechange. Climate change exacerbates existing inequalities, and in crisis - women bear the heaviest load.…
The U.S. is supporting @CARE to help prevent the spread of #COVID19 in the Pacific. W/ @USAID funding, CARE is disseminating critical info about the 🦠 & distributing hygiene items 🧼 to help people stay healthy in at-risk communities i#Kiribatiti#Samoaoa &#Tuvalulu#AmericaActst7S
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“The economic upheaval has exposed and intensified deep-seated inequity, thrusting many of the world’s most vulnerable people into more precarious situations and pushing others into poverty.”
CARE stands in solidarity with international students who are facing uncertain times while balancing the health and safety challenges of a global pandemic.
The international student community - whose diverse voices help us lift the voices of the most vulnerable and showcase what it means to #fightwithcare - are important members of the CARE Action Network.
Important to note that nearly 40% of cross border food aid to NW Syria in May came through Bab al Salam crossing - which Russia wants to close. It is a lifeline for Syrians. It is unthinkable that any access routes, which are operating at maximum capacity, could be cut.…
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Extreme weather and rising seas are increasing the burden of work, ill-health and violence faced by women who are forced to leave home or left behind as menfolk seek jobs elsewhere.…
Following yesterday’s #UNSC veto by Russia & China to block renewal of cross border humanitarian aid to NW Syria, @CAREGlobal appeals for unity. UNSC must vote to keep both Turkish crossing points open. Keeping millions of war-weary Syrians alive & #COVID-19 at bay is essential.…
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“I teach my son that there are no specific tasks for men or women. My husband has changed, he helps me in the company and also at home.” Sharmini, a manufacturer in Sri Lanka talks about the importance of gender equality. #WomenMeanBusiness #COVID19
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We have to double down on our efforts so that these numbers don’t remain permanent.…
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.@CARE is deeply concerned that Russia and China have vetoed a resolution on cross border assistance that four million Syrians—mostly women and children—rely on for their very survival. By vetoing the resolution, they have created yet another obstacle to reach the millions (1/3)
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