For International's Women's Day, CARE's Obert Chigodora blogs about why real men aren't afraid to embrace gender equality.
Sabra in Beirut, Lebanon, was originally built in 1949 as a refugee camp for Palestinians. Today it is home to a new wave of refugees: families fleeing the conflict in Syria. Our photogallery shows what life is like for one of its newer arrivals.
American photographers Robert Fogarty and Ben Reece gave Syrian refugees living in Jordan felt-tip markers. They eagerly wrote messages to the world and its leaders on their arms. Then the photographers took their portraits.
About CARE International
CARE fights poverty and injustice in more than 80 countries around the world to help the world’s poorest people find routes out of poverty. CARE also delivers emergency aid to survivors of war and natural disasters, and helps people rebuild their lives in the aftermath.
CARE’s mission is to create lasting change in poor communities and put money where it is needed most: 94 pence in every £1 goes towards our poverty fighting programmes. That’s one of the highest rates among all the UK aid agencies.