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
Rabya’s story: How your donation helps girls go to school
Rabya in Ethiopia has overcome the stigma that was stopping her going to school during menstruation – thanks to CARE's UK Aid Match funded project.
FGM: Was it a blessing when they cut me?
Women poets in Somalia are speaking out against the practice of female genital mutilation.
Fatima's story: How family planning is changing lives
The Trump administration's 'global gag' means women have less access to family planning services - but thanks to CARE, Fatima in Nigeria got the help she needed.
My biggest wish for 2018 is peace in Yemen
CARE's Abdulhakim Al-Ansi returns to Yemen after four years away to find his fellow Yemenis facing a desperate humanitarian crisis.
How UK aid is changing lives in the DRC
UK aid is enabling young people to access sexual and reproductive health services without stigma.
Seven years of conflict: A midwife’s day in Syria
World Humanitarian Day 2017: a day in the life of Khawla, a midwife at a CARE-supported health centre in Aleppo.
A day in the life: Midwife to 100,000 refugees
World Humanitarian Day 2017: a day in the life of Mary, a midwife in Imvepi refugee settlement, Uganda.