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DID YOU KNOW? CARE turns 70 this Friday! 

On the eve of our birthday, Gillian Roberts from the UK shares her story of how receiving CARE packages in 1947 helped to brighten her world. ‪#‎CARE70‬ © CARE

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Thank you so much to all our supporters who have responded so quickly and generously to the refugee crisis over the last week.

CARE warmly welcomes the government’s decision to grant new spaces for Syrian refugees, and remains focused on providing on-the-ground assistance to the millions of people in Syria, Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan.

We hope that the compassion shown this week can continue as we all work together to find longer term solutions to this global crisis. Thank you for caring.
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Since 2011, over four million Syrians have fled their homeland. Half of them are children.

We have reached more than a million people with food, water and hygiene kits - but we need your help to reach even more.

Turn your empathy into action - donate today: www.care.org.au/syria
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Many of you may have seen the horrific image this week of a young Syrian refugee boy, who died at sea as his family tried desperately to escape.

As the Syrian crisis escalates, CARE is on the ground responding. You can help us reach families in need by donating now.

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Give Dad a gift that shows you both CARE this Father's Day - and make a dad somewhere else in the world smile as you help his family out of poverty.

www.caregifts.org.au
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A girl has the power to change her world. 

An educated girl knows she doesn't have to stop there.

care.org.au/what-we-do/education/
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In 2015, has South Sudan reached a tipping point with the newly signed peace deal? 

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Most of us have taken selfies - but have you ever taken one while hiding behind a boulder 30 minutes after a major earthquake? 19-year-old Raoul from Perth has - and he's shared his unbelievable story with us.

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School is the best place for children to learn, thrive and stay safe - which in turn keeps their communities safe.

Education is positive for everyone - will you help us make a difference? www.care.org.au/safe/
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Going to school is beneficial for girls in many ways - it has positive impacts on health, families, opportunities and safety. Receiving an education shouldn't be a privilege - it should be a right.
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