As one of South America’s richest countries Venezuela attracted people from all over the world because of its wealth and opportunities.
India is facing one of the greatest crises in its history. A severe spike in COVID-19 cases is overwhelming hospitals and spreading rapidly.
In the past year, CAM’s International Crisis program continued to reach out to poverty-stricken people reeling in the wake of disasters.
Two hurricanes devastated Central America less than two weeks apart in Nov. The heavy rain and strong winds caused wind damage and flooding.
On March 22, a massive fire broke out in the Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh, destroying more than 10,000 shelters.
Nicaragua continues its recovery after twin hurricanes Eta and Iota struck. Thousands of people are still reeling from their losses.
“I was displaced from my city and my family was in dire need of food,” shared Fariha. “We live in a difficult condition due to the war,”
Conflicts in Armenia and Azerbaijan, Ivory Coast, and Ethiopia have brought a surge of refugees seeking safety for their families.
Normal life is only a distant memory for millions of Syrian refugees. The nine-year civil war shattered their lives and ruined homes.
Thousands of people are caught in the crossfire as fighting erupts between Armenia and Azerbaijan, two former Soviet Union republics.
Ivory Coast refugees are streaming into Liberia. Tension stemming from a recent presidential election has erupted into deadly violence.
A major flood swept through northeast Afghanistan in late August, killing more than 100 people and destroying more than 1,500 homes.
A deadly earthquake hit Izmir, Turkey and parts of Greece on Friday, October 30. The tremor reached the Turkish city of Istanbul.
The torrential rains that swept into western Ukraine this summer created the worst flooding this area has experienced in a decade.
CAM is researching ways to help in the wake of the massive explosion in Beirut. This explosion created a shock wave that engulfed the city in early August.