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East Africa crisis: It is now about saving human lives

An eye-witness report from Somaliland where severe drought has brought people to the brink of starvation.

Famine in South Sudan: The desperate struggle for survival

Since famine was declared in South Sudan, mothers and young children walk for days in search of food and health care.

East Africa crisis: With drought everywhere, there is nowhere to go

Families in Somalia have walked miles in search of water, seeing all their livestock die on the journey.

Nadia's story

The story of a Yazidi woman refugee from Iraq as told to CARE and PositiveNegatives.

Leaving the old behind: The hard decisions of survival

Somalia is in the grip of a severe drought. Over six million people – half the population – are in need of food and water.

Why I’m marching for refugee women this Sunday

Amelia Rule, Emergency Shelter Advisor for CARE International UK reflects on why we focus on protecting women and girls in emergencies

Mozambique emergency: “I am very grateful to CARE”

CARE staff are distributing emergency kits in Massinga, Mozambique, following Cyclone Dineo.

Horn of Africa food crisis: Will history repeat itself?

Six years ago 260,000 Somalis starved to death. Is famine about to strike again?

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