Stories

CARE Then and Now: Some very happy memories

Edna Hughes recalls “some very happy memories for me at times of real stress!”

South Sudan: Women are the voice of peace

Women and children in South Sudan are bearing the brunt of the ongoing conflict – and they are the ones leading the calls for peace.

Bringing peace to South Sudan: Listen to the people

“The leaders of our country can learn a lot from us. Bring them here – we can teach them how to make peace.”

CARE information volunteers help tackle child marriage

Information Volunteers in Turkey are raising awareness about the dangers of child marriage among the Syrian refugee community.

CARE Then and Now: Wonderful cake with fruit on top

We did not know there were such things – but how delicious it was!

Refugees - the truth is they are just like you and me

The staggering number of Syrian refugees risks becoming meaningless, unless we focus on the faces and stories behind them.

CARE Then and Now: The cornflakes smelled like magic!

Joseph Briddock remembers living in London during the war - and receiving CARE packages “from strangers across the ocean”.

Nepal: The loss of much more than just a home

Earthquakes, perhaps more than any other type of disaster, are a shelter disaster.

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