CARE International UK
03/24/2017 at 17:26. Facebook
This young boy waits to receive supplementary feeding from CARE staff in Unity State, #SouthSudan.
The desperate struggle for survival since #famine was declared in South Sudan leads mothers and young children to walk for days in search of #food and health care.

CARE is planning to scale up and expand #emergency food and #nutrition programmes to the famine affected areas in the coming weeks,...
View details ⇨
CARE International UK
03/22/2017 at 14:15. Facebook
Did you know today is #WorldWaterDay? Nearly 1 in 8 people worldwide still do not have access to clean water.
Want to take action? Take on the Walk In Her Shoes challenge this May - find out more: [ Careint.uk Link ]
CARE International UK
03/22/2017 at 10:26. Facebook
"We had no food so we were walking for days to try and find food... The whole village is suffering and I worry all the time for my children."

Read the stories of some of the desperate mothers in South Sudan who have walked for days to reach a UN camp where CARE is providing food and health care

Famine in South Sudan: The desperate struggle for survival

careinternational.org.uk
CARE International UK
03/21/2017 at 17:16. Facebook
Somalia is experiencing its worst drought in 42 years. CARE International's Suzy Madigan, Conflict and Humanitarian Policy Advisory, explains how the drought is affecting families on the ground.
CARE International UK
03/21/2017 at 10:59. Facebook
"You can see how it is: no food, no water, no income. This is the worst drought we have ever experienced."

Nura Abdi Nuur in Somalia is the mother of seven children, the youngest aged eight months. They walked 90km on foot to get to this temporary camp, in search of water. Hundreds of families have gathered here around a single, shallow well that is already drying out. Nura tells us that...
View details ⇨
CARE International UK
03/20/2017 at 14:07. Facebook
CARE International UK
03/20/2017 at 10:21. Facebook
LIVE from the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC), the situation on the ground in Somalia and how your support of the appeal is making a difference
Can you imagine walking for miles in 30 degree heat just to get a drink of water? For millions across East Africa this has become a daily fact of life. That's why CARE is already on the ground to help fight the famine.
Donate now to help save lives: [ Careinternational.org.uk Link ]
Hunger on a massive scale is looming across East Africa. CARE and the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) have launched an emergency appeal. You can make a difference now. Please donate today to help save lives

East Africa Crisis Appeal

fal.cn
Over six million people – every 2nd Somali, is in need of food and water due to the recent consecutive failures of rains and one of the strongest El Niño events ever recorded.

Families have had to leave their homes in search of food, water and pasture for themselves and their livestock.

CARE has reached more than 303,0000 people in Somaliland, Puntland and south central Somalia with clean...
View details ⇨
The Big Give is matching donations to our Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) East Africa Crisis Appeal.

Donate now to double the impact of your gift to help families in urgent need: [ Careinternational.org.uk Link ]
Millions of people in East Africa are on the brink of starvation. They urgently need food, water and medical supplies.

If you'd like to donate to help save lives, please text CRISIS to 70755 to give a single gift of £10.

Find out more about the situation and what CARE International is doing to help > [ Careint.uk Link ]
Millions of people across East Africa are on the brink of starvation – please support our urgent appeal to provide emergency food and water: [ Careint.uk Link ]
CARE International’s #March4Women celebrated International Women’s Day in style.

It brought people together to end the injustice of gender inequality, and help make a more equal world – for everyone.

Kick-starting a month of action for a more equal world, thousands of supporters joined CARE’s annual celebration to mark International Women’s Day on Sunday 5th March. It was a fantastic day of...
View details ⇨
Right now millions of people across East Africa are on the brink of starvation – please support our urgent appeal to provide emergency food and water: [ Careint.uk Link ]
Up to 20 million people across East Africa are on the brink of starvation.

You can help stop the famine: [ Careint.uk Link ]
#March4Women highlights: @officialannielennox and #HelenPankhurst debating feminism with @thepiersmorgan on Good Morning Britain @gmb

Watch the interview here: [ Itv.com Link ]

#Repost @officialannielennox
・・・
A wonderful morning yesterday on Good Morning Britain, with Helen Pankhurst ( great granddaughter of the founder of the Suffragette movement.
Very encouraging that a Piers Morgan...
View details ⇨
CARE International’s #March4Women celebrated International Women’s Day in style.

It brought people together to end the injustice of gender inequality, and help make a more equal world – for everyone.

Kick-starting a month of action for a more equal world, thousands of supporters joined CARE’s annual celebration to mark International Women’s Day on Sunday 5th March. It was a fantastic day of...
View details ⇨
Take up the Walk In Her Shoes challenge, pledge to walk 10,000 steps (5 miles) a day for a week and raise funds to help CARE improve access to water across the globe: [ Careint.uk Link ]
If you were inspired by #March4Women and would like to do more for gender equality, please sign up for our #WalkInHerShoes challenge.

Pledge to walk 10,000 steps a day for a week this May and help girls like Celine change their future and fulfil their dreams. Sign up now > [ Careint.uk Link ]