End of truce in Gaza: "Hell on earth has returned for children and their families"Read more
Statement from Hiba Tibi, CARE West Bank and Gaza, in response to the announcement of the end of the truce and resumption of fighting in Gaza.
Truce in Gaza: Time to breathe, time to mournRead more
Saaed Rafiq Al-Madhoun, Gaza’s Emergency Response Coordinator, reports from Gaza after a weekend of relative calm during a pause in the fighting.
Days without water in Gaza, nights of darkness and fearRead more
Finding food is a critical issue, but one of the most critical for everyone in Gaza – whether in a house or in one of the United Nations shelters – is also one of the most basic: access to clean water.
CARE welcomes Gaza deal to pause fighting and release hostagesRead more
CARE welcomes the announcement of a deal that includes the freeing of 50 civilian hostages, a four-day pause in the fighting, and the entry of critically needed humanitarian aid, medical supplies and fuel into Gaza.
"70% of those killed in Gaza are women and children", CARE warns the UN Security CouncilRead more
CARE West Bank and Gaza Country Director Hiba Tibi spoke yesterday with UN Security Council experts about the devastating impact of the Israel-Gaza war on women and children.
Gaza: “Emotional scars will last a lifetime”Read more
As the misery further deepens in Gaza, CARE International is calling attention to the immense and long-lasting toll the conflict is having on mental health – especially among women and girls.
Ceasefire now: one month on in Gaza/Israel conflict, urgent call to stop horrific violenceRead more
One month on from conflict breaking out in Gaza and Israel, CARE is calling for an immediate ceasefire before countless more lives are lost.
"All aspects of life have been lost,” say CARE staff inside GazaRead more
It has been four weeks since the attacks in the Gaza Strip began. From their shelters in the south of Gaza, CARE's employees tell of an unsustainable situation.
Relief at medical evacuations from Gaza - but it's just the tip of the icebergRead more
With over 22,000 injuries, medical evacuations and supplies must be prioritised in the coming days to save lives and prevent further suffering.
The latest from Gaza: “Something out of a horror film”Read more
When the blackout came, the next 36 hours For people in Gaza and the West Bank— many enduring heavy airstrikes without internet, cellular service, water, or electricity — were harrowing.