CARE is there to help people when they need it most
CARE has assisted more than 2 million people affected by the Syria crisis – but with no end to the conflict in sight, every day more and more people are in urgent need of help.
Intense conflict in Yemen has created a massive humanitarian crisis – a staggering 80% of the population are in urgent need of food and water.
Famine has been declared in Unity State in South Sudan – millions of people are at risk of starving.
The most powerful El Niño on record has caused the worst drought for decades and successive failed harvests in parts of Africa, Asia and the Pacific.
Every year, CARE responds to over 30 emergencies around the world. Find out more about some of the places where we’re helping people right now.
How we work in emergencies
We respond quickly when emergencies arise, make sure help gets to those who need it most, and support people to recover and rebuild afterwards.
Recovery and rebuilding
Find out more about past emergency responses, from recent emergencies such as the Nepal earthquake, to previous disasters such as the Indian Ocean tsunami.