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We bring together refugee community members, university researchers, and community partners to improve the experience of refugees residing in the Greater Cincinnati Region.
Our Mission

Who We Are

Launched in 2019, this refugee-led group focuses on civic engagement, community outreach, and community organizing around key issues identified by community members. Research and data gathered by CARE provides deeper insight into the immigrant and refugee community experience.

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Civic Action for Refugee Empowerment

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CARE members are trained in research methods to help better understand and shed light on the experiences and assets of immigrant and refugee communities. Data and results are shared by CARE members with community leaders and stakeholders across sectors.

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Leadership Training

CARE is committed to broadening the bench of representation of refugee and immigrant communities in decision making entities through civic leadership training and connecting to leadership roles with boards and commissions, advisory councils, and other leadership opportunities.

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Making an Impact

CARE members combine lived experience, leadership, and research to help influence policy change at institutional, systemic, and government levels.

CARE-Cincinnati Informative Series

The Informative Series

Welcome to CARE-Cincinnati’s informative series on navigating resources in Cincinnati! In this series, we cover several crucial topics, including workers’ rights, colleges and higher education, K-12 education in Cincinnati, public benefits, taxes, immigration, and healthcare accessibility. Each video provides an overview and essential information related to the topic. Additional resources will be linked in the description below each video. Videos are available in Arabic, English, French, Nepali, Spanish, and Swahili.

Next Steps

Want to get involved in one of the CARE initiatives, research, or training programs? Reach out and let us know what you are interested in.

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