Overseeing CARE supplies arrive in Tanna, Vanuatu. April 2015 ©Stefan Knollmayer

Overseeing CARE supplies arrive in Tanna, Vanuatu. April 2015 ©Stefan Knollmayer

CARE Australia is a humanitarian aid organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls. In the Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP), CARE Australia is partnering with Live & Learn and and other local partners like MORDI Tonga Trust. Through the AHP, CARE has received funds to respond to Cyclone Gita in Tonga (shelter, protection and WASH activities), in Vanuatu (protection, health, education and WASH activities) in response to the Ambae volcano, in PNG after the highlands earthquake (protection, shelter, WASH and early recovery activities), in Cox's Bazar in response to the Bangladesh-Myanmar humanitarian crisis (health, nutrition, WASH, protection and education activities), in Lebanon (livelihoods activities), Iraq (gender/protection and health), the Laos floods (gender/protection) and the Indonesia Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami (WASH, shelter and gender/protection). Within the AHP Disaster READY program, CARE is implementing preparedness activities in Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Timor-Leste, Fiji and PNG.       

CARE's emergency appeals

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