Yemen: Four years of human suffering
Four years since the war started, 15 million people in Yemen depend on aid for food, just to stay alive.
Syria crisis: “My youngest son is as old as the war”
Women in Syria are earning an income and providing for their families thanks to the Syria Resilience Consortium.
International Women’s Day: The courage of Yemeni women
Let’s celebrate the strength of Yemeni women creating opportunities for themselves amidst crisis.
International Women’s Day: The leaders among Syrian refugee women
This International Women’s Day, CARE celebrates Syrian refugee women who have become leaders in their communities.
Nesi’s story: Cyclone Gita “broke my heart into pieces”
CARE's immediate response to a cyclone in Tonga helped families like Nesi's to start rebuilding their lives.
Suffering in Silence: The heartbreaking story of a survivor
Almaz has seen her life torn apart by conflict in Ethiopia. This is her story, in her own words.
Suffering in Silence: A life nearly lost to Ebola
Nadej survived Ebola during the outbreak in the DRC and is now helping to educate others about the disease.
Syrian refugees in Turkey: How sharing information changes lives
Across south-eastern Turkey, CARE is training Syrian refugees to help other refugees settle and build lives in their new communities.