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CARE Afghanistan deployed three mobile health teams on June 22 to Khost and Paktika provinces, immediately following the devastating earthquake in eastern Afghanistan that is estimated to have killed between 770 and 1,000 people, left thousands more injured, and destroyed homes and livelihoods. Learn more

As Ukrainian refugees arrive and find themselves in a completely new place, they can find foreign health and legal systems and hard to navigate. In Poland, CARE has partnered with local organizations primarily specializing in helping women with their specific needs. Learn more

CARE and partner Charity Foundation for Stabilization Support Services (CFSSS) are working together to deliver live-saving assistance for people in need inside Ukraine. CARE and CFSSS are providing food and water as well as distributing hygiene items and medical packages for internally displaced people. Recently, CFSSS food distribution has taken place in Lviv, Chernivtsi, and Truskavets. Learn more

CARE is leading partners Jhpiego, Howard Delafield International, Association of Youth Organizations Nepal (AYON), and Nepal Contraceptive Retail Sales Company to implement the USAID Adolescent Reproductive Health (ARH) Activity. This partnership will enable meaningful youth engagement and private sector engagement. CARE is pleased to lead the ARH consortium and contribute to a healthy, resilient, well-nourished population in Nepal, leading to increased human capital. Learn more

CARE has provided funding to the Kabul Women's Association, which has gone towards paying rent and utilities on the KWA’s building. CARE has also offered training on advocacy, recording GBV cases, and mediating complex family situations. Monthly training opportunities on different subjects are offered to each of the KWA’s 20 action groups, with CARE paying rent for venues in different districts around the city. Learn more

Before contending with the weather and pests, Amal first had to contend with hearts and minds who felt running an agriculture business was inappropriate for a Syrian woman. A few months ago, Amal took part in CARE training, and subsequently received $5,000 which she used to grow her business, renting a piece of land to cultivate fruits and vegetables. At the beginning, it was difficult to find other women who were willing to work for her. Today, she employs 11 to 15 women, depending on the season. Learn more

Woman working in a field in Syria.
Delil Souleiman/CARE