CARE International UK announces that Laurie Lee will be stepping down as Chief Executive Officer
During Laurie’s leadership, CARE’s team in the UK, and globally, have campaigned for gender equality..
Women leaders in the garment industry - Photographer blog
Yen in Vietnam, Fabeha in Bangladesh and Anita in Indonesia each spoke to women holding different roles in garment factories to learn what matters most to them..
Syria: What’s it like when your country has been at war as long as you’ve been alive?
Atiya barely remembers Syria, She knows her native country only through stories told by her parents..
Tonga disaster 2022: CARE calls for donations
As the damage in Tonga is revealed, CARE International has set up the Tonga Emergency Appeal for people in the UK to support the survivors of the volcanic eruption and tsunami, which devastated the islands on 15 January..
Restarting our humanitarian response in Afghanistan
In the last week we have restarted our emergency humanitarian response in Afghanistan, where around 14 million people are currently going hungry..
Somalia drought: Why people urgently need UK aid
A rapidly worsening drought is putting hundreds of thousands of lives at risk in Somalia and Somaliland..
Haiti earthquake 2021: CARE responding to deadly quake, amid food insecurity and COVID-19 crises
On August 14, 2021, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked Haiti, hitting the greater southern part of the island and causing the greatest losses in the departments of Grande Anse, South and Nippes..
CARE at COP26
The UK hosted the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow on 31 October – 12 November 2021. It is estimated that climate change may push an additional 132 million people into poverty by 2030..
We are witnessing a rapid escalation of violence in Palestine and Israel. As of 17 May at least 220 Palestinians, including 58 children, 31 women, more than 6300 injured. 10 Israelis have been killed, including 2 children and 300 injured..
COVID-19: Let’s make vaccine delivery fast and fair
CARE aims to play a key role in the fast and fair delivery of COVID vaccines to the world’s most marginalised people..