Letters of hope to Syria from the children of Dadaab
Two thousand miles separate the children living in Dadaab camp, Kenya, from the children living in Zaatari camp in Jordan. Yet despite the vast distance they are all united by their refugee status.
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Congratulations to all our London Marathon runners
Thank you and congratulations to all our wonderful London Marathon runners. You’re an inspiration to us all. Here are some photos of our favourite moments from the run.
Photos from the marathon
Rwanda: twenty years on from the genocide
Two decades after the genocide, our partnership with Hand In Hand International is helping bring new jobs and hope to women in rural Rwanda.
A brighter future
A million Syrians registered as refugees in Lebanon
The registration of the one millionth Syrian refugee in Lebanon must be a wake-up call for the international community.
Estimates suggest there may be as many as 100 million domestic workers worldwide. Today we are turning the spotlight on this often invisible and voiceless workforce and the women and girls who make up the majority of workers.
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A fragile world can’t afford to ignore the threat of climate change
The recent earthquake in Chile and the latest IPCC report remind CARE's Milo Stanojevich of one of the great tragedies to hit his home country of Peru.
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"Liberation loans" a solution to modern-day slavery
On the international day for remembering the victims of slavery, our latest staff blog is an important reminder that this barbaric practice is not something we can consign to the history books.
Staff blog: tackling modern-day slavery
#WithSyria - why we must continue to stand with Syria
Now in it's fourth year, the ongoing crisis is Syria is a reminder of why it's more important than ever for us to continue to stand and ensure the world doesn't look away.
Spotlight on Syria