Livelihoods

Help Her Live, Learn and Earn: Thank you!

Your support means farmers in Tanzania have learned long-term strategies to reduce hunger and boost income.

The economic impact of coronavirus: People are going hungry

The COVID-19 pandemic means families like Zainab’s in Afghanistan are struggling to make ends meet.

Locust swarms of ‘biblical proportions’ put millions at risk of starvation

Billions of locusts are swarming fragile regions around the world, destroying crops and threatening critical food supplies for millions of people.

How are women entrepreneurs coping with COVID-19?

Six women tell us how they are adapting their businesses in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 diaries: Normal life in abnormal times in Dadaab Refugee Camp, Kenya

25 year old Muridi Zuberi tells us how the global COVID pandemic is affecting life in a refugee camp in Northern Kenya.

COVID-19 diaries: What the pandemic means for people in Lebanon

Two families in Lebanon share their thoughts on how the global COVID-19 outbreak is affecting them.

How we are bringing prosperity to poor farmers in Bangladesh

Krishi Utsho, a CARE-supported social enterprise, helps increase productivity and income for poor farmers in remote areas.

Women farmers in Tanzania: We do the work, we are in charge

Rose’s farm is one of the showcase plots for the Farmers’ Field Business School - part of CARE’s UKaid-funded project.

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