South Sudan crisis
South Sudan 10 years on: Local women leading change
As South Sudan celebrates 10 years of independence, it faces the worst humanitarian crisis in its short history.
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.
Conflict, crisis, and gender-based violence: A story from South Sudan
Read about one woman’s experiences, hopes and fears as South Sudan marks the 9th anniversary of independence.
Will you send the gift of hope to refugees like Grace?
There are currently more than 1.3 million refugees in Uganda. 17-year-old Grace is one of them.
Man on a mission: A lifetime committed to protecting the rights of women and girls
CARE South Sudan's Patrick Vuonze has dedicated his life to protecting the rights of women and girls.
World Humanitarian Day: Life as a humanitarian worker in South Sudan
CARE South Sudan's Richard James-Koma reflects on his experience of working in the humanitarian aid sector for World Humanitarian Day.
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.
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.