Positive fatherhood: Stories of Syrian and Lebanese men
Syrian refugee men and Lebanese men learn positive gender roles from CARE's pioneering project.
World Refugee Day: Similar people, different lives
Amal has lost everything. That could have hit me or you as well. Please do not look away. Please listen to Amal’s story.
CARE staff in Hodeidah: “I am afraid for my family”
A plea for peace, written by Mohammad, our colleague and last staff member in Hodeidah, Yemen.
Meet Joyce: A refugee who is taking back control
Joyce fled from violence in South Sudan, and now leads a women’s group in a refugee settlement in Uganda.
When home becomes a suitcase for millions of Syrians
Like millions of Syrians, Najlaa and her family have been displaced several times by conflict.
South Sudan: How CARE supports families when hunger strikes
Mary and Natalia are facing down hunger in South Sudan through improved seeds, tools and farmer training.
DRC crisis: 'Our neighbours were killed and our house burned down'
According to the UN Children's Fund, more than 60,000 Congolese refugees have arrived in Uganda since the beginning of the year. Here, some of them tell their stories
Azraq refugee camp, four years on: view from a CARE staff member
Four years ago, Azraq refugee camp in Jordan opened its doors to people fleeing the conflict in Syria. Today, it is home to 55,000 people.