CARE International UK
CARE International UK
06/23/2017 at 16:09. Facebook
These girls are refugees. They are only 16 years old.

Orphaned by the conflict in South Sudan, they fled to Uganda together in search of safety. After walking for seven days, they finally made it to the refugee camp.

In Uganda, there are 700,000 refugee children under 18. Every day, more arrive - many of them on their own, without a parent or guardian.

Read their story and find out how CARE...
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These girls are refugees They are only 16 years old
CARE International UK
CARE International UK
06/22/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
When the war started in Afghanistan, Leila went from from being a student to having to stay at home all day.

After fleeing to Iran, she faced new problems, fearing each day that she'd be deported. Finally she ended up in Greece.

Read about her life as a woman refugee in her own words >>
#RefugeeWeek
When the war started in Afghanistan Leila went from from being a
CARE International UK
CARE International UK
06/21/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
Would you like to take on a bike ride challenge through the breathtaking landscape of Northern Vietnam AND raise funds for CARE? We will also be meeting with local lendwithcare.org entrepreneurs along the route.

Want to find out more? Come to our office in Vauxhall on 6 July 6.30-8 pm! You'll have the fantastic opportunity to hear directly from our wonderful supporters who have recently...
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Would you like to take on a bike ride challenge through the
CARE International UK
CARE International UK
06/21/2017 at 11:01. Facebook
"Let's construct this world, not destruct this world."

Meet three inspiring women experiencing both sides of the refugee crisis.
#RefugeeWeek
Jane Sudborough
CARE International UK
CARE International UK
06/20/2017 at 16:41. Facebook
CARE International UK
CARE International UK
06/20/2017 at 13:44. Facebook
When all you want is to keep your children safe: Read Dana's story on escaping the conflict in Syria
When all you want is to keep your children safe Read Danas
CARE International UK
CARE International UK
06/20/2017 at 09:02. Facebook
Amene is 22 years old. She is a refugee from Afghanistan currently living in Greece. In these photos she tells us her story.

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Amene is 22 years old She is a refugee from Afghanistan currently
CARE International UK
CARE International UK
06/19/2017 at 15:31. Facebook
Since the spike in violence in South Sudan last summer, there has been a major influx of refugees flowing into north-west Uganda with over 600,000 arriving over the past year.

Find out what you need to know >>
Since the spike in violence in South Sudan last summer there has

Uganda refugee crisis: Five things you need to know

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Miiro Michael
CARE International UK
CARE International UK
06/18/2017 at 12:05. Facebook
Getting your children to pose for a photo is no easier when you are a refugee. Meet proud dad Adulaleem and his family

Despite having to start a new life in Jordan after fleeing the conflict in Syria, Adulaleem continues to hope and dream for his children.

#FathersDay
Getting your children to pose for a photo is no easier when
Jane Sudborough
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Irene Mcfaul
Irene Mcfaul
Last Saturday almost one hundred inspiring women, ages spanning from 23 to 72 years old, took on our challenging 26 mile trek along the Jurassic Coast in Dorset.

We were blown away by the strength and determination of our trekkers.

A massive THANK YOU to everyone for your hard work training and fundraising! Your support means a lot to us and will help to make a real difference to the lives...
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Last Saturday almost one hundred inspiring women ages spanning from 23 to
People died to get the vote for women in Britain. Here’s why we women must vote on Thursday, from CARE’s #March4Women ambassador, Helen Pankhurst.
People died to get the vote for women in Britain Heres why

Helen Pankhurst: My great-grandmother fought for the vote - don't let her down

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Sherrie Panda
Laura Whitmarsh
Maggie Morgan
“The drought took everything from me. It took my livestock, my home, our food, water and my husband. Now there are days we don’t eat anything.”

Nasteexo's children were facing starvation after months of drought in Somalia. CARE was there to help.

Our nutrition centres for mothers and children under five have already treated over 11,000 severely malnourished children in Somalia. Please...
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The drought took everything from me It took my livestock my home
This video is all about you – the Great British public.

Your support makes our work possible. Thank you for being amazing!
In case you missed it: our amazing #March4Women stars David Arnold and Bond String Quartet did an incredible job by beating the Eggheads and raising £20K for CARE!
In case you missed it our amazing March4Women stars David Arnold and

Celebrity Eggheads, Series 7: Episode 20

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Neil Scott
When a girl gets her period should she have to miss school?

No!

In Vanuatu CARE is helping girls lose their fear and fight the stigma. Find out more >>
#InternationalMenstruationDay
When a girl gets her period should she have to miss school

Nomo Fraet - No Longer Frightened

Helping girls in Vanuatu stay in school through Menstrual Hygiene Management.

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Imagine living in a world where it’s too expensive to eat.

Where people are exhausted from the struggle to survive each day.

Where two years of drought, crop failures and food price rises have brought hunger to millions.

And where farmers like Gosha in Zimbabwe (pictured) are now seeing their latest crops devastated by pests. So what does it all mean for people in Southern Africa? Read the...
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Imagine living in a world where it’s too expensive to eat
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The #WalkInHerShoes team would like to thank everyone that have taken on the 10,000 step challenge and raised funds to support women and girls living in poverty.

You are making Walk In Her Shoes movement every year bigger!

Thank you!
The WalkInHerShoes team would like to thank everyone that have taken on
“It is priceless to see their smiles and their happiness.” These children are playing at a 'Child Friendly Space' set up by CARE in Diffa region, Niger, for refugee children whose families have fled from violence and conflict in Nigeria.

Alliah Keloumi, who works as a cook at the CARE centre for children in Garin Wazam village, says:

“For me, the most striking fact is that CARE does not...
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It is priceless to see their smiles and their happiness These children