Over a third of South Sudan’s people are in desperate need of assistance - and the situation is getting worse by the day
Every day children like Elsa and Eliza have no choice but to drink water teeming with harmful parasites and bacteria. Water which makes them sick. Water which could kill them.
The women of Wau Shilluk village are challenging South Sudan's leaders to end the conflict and the suffering
5,445 people from 99 countries worldwide signed CARE’s petition to end sexual violence in a generation – so what happens next?
The destruction and suffering in Gaza is heartbreaking, but the work of CARE and our partners is already making a huge difference, writes René Celaya
Every minute a child dies from a lack of safe water or sanitation.
Please don't wait, give now to make water safe for children like Elsa and Eliza.
About CARE International
We fight poverty and injustice in more than 80 countries around the world to help the world’s poorest people find routes out of poverty. We also deliver emergency aid to survivors of war and natural disasters, and help people rebuild their lives in the aftermath.