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5 ways CARE is keeping mental health at the heart of our coronavirus response

Here are five ways CARE is responding to support people’s mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

'Super Cyclone' Amphan wreaks havoc in India and Bangladesh

Hitting in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, 'Super Cyclone' Amphan has brought death and destruction across the Bay of Bengal (Bangladesh, India).

What CARE is doing to respond to the coronavirus pandemic

Find out how CARE is helping people around the world to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 diaries: Normal life in abnormal times in Dadaab Refugee Camp, Kenya

25 year old Muridi Zuberi tells us how the global COVID pandemic is affecting life in a refugee camp in Northern Kenya.

The CARE package instinct

The local and global reaction to the COVID-19 crisis shows us that the instinct to give CARE packages and to help others is as strong today as it was 75 years ago.

"An act of kindness can last a lifetime"

Ruth received CARE packages in the aftermath of WW2, today she is raising funds for CARE by selling tomato plants and flowers from her garden.

CARE Then and Now: “I remember the excitement”

Ruth Martin remembers her excitement when the first parcel arrived, and her amazement at the goodies it contained.

CARE Then and Now: “I still have the labels”

June Darby's family received three CARE packages - and June has got the labels to prove it.

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