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Welcome to Dayton Donations. This website believes that the world can be a much better place if we know how to look after each other. Dayton Donations accommodate people’s initiative to help other people in need. Whether it is a furniture that can be used by a starting family or old clothes for the less fortunate, our blog is here to help connect you to the right organization.

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  • BBC: The health risks of maturing early
    Image (media):  rs26703_muzoon-lpr.jpg Women's EmpowermentChild MarriageViolence Against WomenYouth Empowerment The BBC published a commentary about the health risks of maturing early, which can subject girls to a greater threat of sexual harassment and violence and lead to elevated rates of depression, substance abuse, eating disorders and anti-social behaviors in adulthood. The piece quotes Nidal Karim, […]
  • PBS Newshour: ‘It’s been such a long time since I’ve ever seen a flower’: Life in a Syrian refugee camp
    Image (media):  jordan.jpg JordanSyria PBS Newshour featured CARE’s work at Azraq camp in Jordan, which accommodates over 50,000 Syrian refugees that seek asylum and employment. The story mentions CARE’s aid programs inside the community centers and services offered to the refugees, such as vocational training to start home businesses like cooking and sewing and sports […]
  • NBC Nightly News: Millions at risk of starvation in Yemen amid new military offensive
    Image (media):  jolien_nbc.png Yemen Jolien Veldwijk, CARE Yemen’s assistant country director of CARE, was featured on NBC Nightly News in a segment about the limited access of humanitarian aid in Yemen after a recent military offensive blocked the port city of Hodeidah. “8 million people, even before this morning, were already at risk of starvation. […]
  • The New York Times: Fears of New Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen After Attack on Port
    Image (media):  yemen.jpg Yemen The New York Times quoted Jolien Veldwijk, CARE’s acting country director, in a story about the war in Yemen and the recent attack on its main port city from a Saudi-led coalition. “This attack risks more people dying, but it also risks cutting the lifeline of millions of Yemenis,” she said. […]
  • The Associated Press: UN: Worst of crisis may still come in Syria
    Image (media):  Refugee Camp Syria The Associated Press quoted Wouter Schaap, CARE’s country director in Syria, in a story about the challenges of displacement amid recent airstrikes in the rebel-held Idlib province. “[920,000 displaced people] is shocking, and shows that the war in Syria is far from being over,” he said. People are still fleeing […]

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