COVID-19: Heartbreak and hope for LGBTQI+ couple in Ecuador
Read how Andy and Alexandra, an LGBTQI+ couple in Ecuador, are coping with the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, with help from CARE.
How CARE staff pay it forward: Emmanuel’s story
Emmanuel is in charge of CARE’s COVID-19 response in Liberia. His path to working for CARE was not an easy one.
World Refugee Day 2020: How refugees are coping during the COVID-19 pandemic
Refugees and displaced people are at particular risk from the coronavirus pandemic. Find out how they are responding.
Meet Rehema: A refugee, survivor, and women’s advocate
Rehema fled to Uganda from violence in the DRC. She draws on her personal experiences to support refugee survivors of sexual and gender-based violence.
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.
UK aid: “The wrong time for a bad idea”
Abolishing DFID and putting the Foreign Office in charge of all UK aid is a disaster for taxpayers and for the world’s poorest people.
Women’s voices on COVID-19: “Impossible does not exist in our language”
Women in West Africa speak out about what the coronavirus pandemic means to them, and how they are responding to it.
#BlackLivesMatter: Statement of support by CARE International UK
At CARE, we are committed to doing all we can to achieve a world of hope, inclusion and social justice.