As we mark six months since Cyclone Winston devastated Fiji, CARE Australia’s Emergency Response Manager Adam Poulter reflects on the pattern of severe storms that are becoming the new normal. We have crossed the threshold. Gone are the days when catastrophic cyclones were a once in a lifetime event. A couple of years ago it […]
CARE and the Hartmann Group have begun a multi-year partnership that will focus on improving access to healthcare and providing health education in some of the world’s poorest communities. In April, Fernando Sepulevda, along with two colleagues from the Hartmann Group, spent ten days helping to build a health centre in Potosi, Bolivia, which will […]
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 team indulged me and our recommended […]
When Fatimah*, 16, reached a refugee camp in Jordan after fleeing Syria, she thought that her life had come to an end. But what she found was the passion and challenge of her life: advocating for education and against child marriage amongst Syrian Refugees.
More than 3.8 million Syrians have been forced to seek refuge in neighbouring countries. Today for World Refugee Day, we acknowledge the need for safe spaces for the those most at risk: women and girls.
Country team to distribute relief supplies, international experts have arrived to support response. Three days after Cyclone Pam devastated the island state of Vanuatu, many remote communities remain isolated and cut off from communications. ‘We are extremely concerned about the Southern Islands of Erromango, Tanna, Aniwa and Futuna as these were directly hit by Cyclone Pam […]