CARE

CARE 〈[ kɛ:r]〉
1. 〈1946-1958; Abk. für engl.〉 Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe, US-amerikanische Vereinigung zur Organisation von Hilfssendungen (Care-Pakete) in das Nachkriegsdeutschland
2. 〈ab 1958; Abk. für engl.〉 Cooperative for American Relief to Everywhere, US-amerikanische Vereinigung zur Organisation von Hilfssendungen in Notlagengebiete in aller Welt

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CARE
 
['keə], Kurzwort für englisch Cooperative for assistance and relief everywhere [kəʊ'ɔpərətɪv fɔː ə'sɪstns ænd rɪ'liːf 'evrɪweə], bis 1952 Cooperative for American remittances to Europe [- ə'merɪkən rə'mɪtənsəz tʊ'juərəp], bis 1994 Cooperative for American relief to everywhere, 1945 in den USA gegründete Vereinigung zur Organisation von Hilfssendungen (Care-Pakete) zur Linderung der Nachkriegsnot in den europäischen Ländern (Bundesrepublik Deutschland bis 1960, Berlin-West bis 1963; insgesamt über 9,5 Mio. Pakete); 1960 Erweiterung der Hilfstätigkeit auf Länder der Dritten Welt; 1981 Gründung von CARE Deutschland e. V. (Sitz: Bonn), 1982 der Dachorganisation CARE International (Sitz: Brüssel). Gegenwärtig (1995) ist CARE in 72 Ländern tätig. Schwerpunkte der heutigen Tätigkeit sind die Soforthilfe für Flüchtlinge und Kriegsopfer, selbsthilfeorientierte Armutsbekämpfung und Hilfe für die Opfer von Naturkatastrophen.
 
Hier finden Sie in Überblicksartikeln weiterführende Informationen:
 
Marshallplan: Hilfsprogramm zum Wiederaufbau Europas
 

Universal-Lexikon. 2012.

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