Media Updates

18 April, 2018
CARE’s monsoon preparedness for Myanmar Refugees in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

Since August 2017, Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh has become on of the fastest growing and densely populated refugee shelter. Crossing over with mere belongings, the hundreds and thousands of the refugees spent weeks under the open sky. The government of Bangladesh, NGOs, INGOs, private donors and host communities helped them build temporary settlements in the crevices of hilly areas in Ukhia...Read more

05 April, 2018
Refugee Response Update: August 2017 – March 2018

Since 25 August, more than 670,000+ people from Myanmar have crossed into Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh following violence in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine State, making this exodus one of the fastest growing refugee in the world. An estimated 880,000+ refugees are now in Cox’s Bazar, the world’s most densely populated refugee settlement. (25 Feb ISCG Report*) Most refugee left...Read more

17 December, 2017
Halow+ Partnership Launch Event

CARE Bangladesh hosting HALOW+ Partnership Launch event on behalf of GlaxoSmithKline, Marks and Spencer and CARE International on December 5, 2017 at Hotel Amari Dhaka. CARE International, GSK and M&S have been working together since 2015 to address health and social wellbeing issues for RMG workers and their family members through Health Access and Linkage Opportunities for Workers (HALOW)...Read more

11 December, 2017
Day-long workshop on “Livestock in Bangladesh: Lessons Learnt and Way Forward”

CARE Bangladesh organized a day-long workshop entitled: “Livestock in Bangladesh: Lessons Learnt and Way Forward” with different stakeholders at the Krishibid Institution Bangladesh CARE Bangladesh along with other development initiatives works for the livestock sector to support improved livestock rearing practices, better market access, quality livestock inputs and effective extension...Read more

11 December, 2017
CARE Bangladesh launched two Temporary Community Clinics for Myanmar refugees

CARE Bangladesh, in partnership with the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) has launched two Temporary Community Clinics for Myanmar refugees to provide sexual and reproductive health and primary health care services. The Clinics will also serve as Immunization (EPI) Centres and offer other government health services for women, men,...Read more

29 November, 2017
Women Leaders shared how they changed their community into a resilient one

They used to say, as a women we cannot lead, we are not good at resource management, and cannot take part in rescue operations during emergency, because these are not women-things! But we proved them wrong. From planning to implementation we lead, act and the evidences are now visible. We are in front of you!” – said Sufia Begum, Chairperson of Community Development Committee, Uttar Tetultola...Read more

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