Gaza Humanitarian Crisis Appeal

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Witnessing the unimaginable in Gaza

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Our mission

CARE works around the world to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice. We put women and girls at the centre of our work, because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities.

Five things you should know about the lack of shelter in Gaza

Displacement, lack of shelter, hunger and the onset of winter are stretching the coping abilities of people Gaza to the absolute limit.

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Children in Gaza

Meet GenAdapt

Meet the generation of women and girls who are having to adapt to a new, tougher climate reality in order to survive and thrive.

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Trang, Vietnam

Make a lasting impact

Create brighter futures for generations to come: Leave a gift in your Will today.

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Doeun from Cambodia

Business with CARE

We support businesses to achieve greater social and environmental change. Collaborating within local communities, we work with committed partners to ensure lasting, positive impact.

Business with CARE

CARE's impact in 2022

  • 174 Million

    people reached directly

  • 1631

    projects

  • 111

    countries

Breaking the Silence

CARE reports on the humanitarian crises which received the least media attention over the course of the year. In 2023, for the second year running, all 10 of the most under-reported crises were in Africa.

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Zambia GenAdapt

Change a life with a loan

Lendwithcare is a revolutionary way to help people in low-income countries to work their way out of poverty with dignity. Through Lendwithcare, you can lend as little as £15 to fund a small business owner to grow their business. When your funds are repaid, you can choose to recycle your loan again and again.

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How does it feel to start your life all over again?

We asked the public to imagine what refugees and displaced people are experiencing.