Food and hunger

El Nino in Malawi: The last meal

“Now I sit and think what if the food runs out, what will I do for the children?”

A walk in the dry lands of Zimbabwe

CARE is using tried and tested methods, as well as the new world of technology, to help people in Zimbabwe deal with drought.

Ethiopian families on the brink

The El Niño weather system has caused an extreme drought in Ethiopia. Crops have failed completely in large areas of the country.

South Sudan: Our days are long but the needs are great

Lily Rose, a nutrition worker in South Sudan, describes the help that CARE is giving to families and children suffering from food shortages.

Horn of Africa: El Nino and the impact of climate change

Women from Ethiopia and Somalia describe what the El Nino-driven drought means for them.

What climate change means for poor people: 4 stories

For women like Nana, Sumati, Carmen and Josiane, climate change is happening now: they have no choice but to adapt to a changing world.

El Niño: “Everything has changed”

The weather phenomenon known as El Nino has led to drought and food shortages across the world, including in Ethiopia and Papua New Guinea.

South Sudan: Malnutrition crisis in Mayom county

One in three children in Mayom county is acutely malnourished as the ongoing conflict prevents people from planting crops.