"All aspects of life have been lost,” say CARE staff inside Gaza
It has been four weeks since the attacks in the Gaza Strip began. From their shelters in the south of Gaza, CARE's employees tell of an unsustainable situation..
The latest from Gaza: “Something out of a horror film”
When the blackout came, the next 36 hours For people in Gaza and the West Bank— many enduring heavy airstrikes without internet, cellular service, water, or electricity — were harrowing..
Beyond the bombings: the search for water and fuel in Gaza
Hiba Tibi, CARE West Bank and Gaza Country Director and Saaeed Rafiq Al-Madhoun, CARE’s emergency humanitarian coordinator in Gaza, give a first hand account of the worsening crisis in Gaza..
CARE distributes water to families fleeing violence in Gaza
CARE staff have been able to secure and help distribute much-needed water supplies in Gaza to families fleeing violence, and dignity kits for displaced women and girls..
CARE International UK and 11 other aid agencies make a statement on the escalation of violence for Palestinians and Israelis
In a joint statement, CARE International UK and 11 other aid agencies are urging Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Foreign Secretary James Cleverly to urgently ensure measures are taken to protect and provide for the humanitarian needs of vulnerable groups..
Meet GenAdapt: Perla's story
The expertise and leadership of girls like Perla holds the key to weathering climate change's storms and creating a sustainable future for all..
Meet GenAdapt: Hanh’s story
Hanh is part a new generation of women and girls who are the first to have to adapt to a new, tougher climate reality in order to survive and thrive..
Meet a ‘womanitarian’: Sara - "Syrian women and girls have kept our hearts and souls"
Through their work at CARE, our partner organizations, and communities around the world, womanitarians are empowering women everywhere and amplifying their voices in the fight for a world of hope, inclusion, and social justice..
Latest research shows aid cuts disproportionately affected spending on gender equality and support for women's rights organisations
New research by CARE International UK and Development Initiatives finds that UK aid that includes gender equality aims was disproportionately affected by aid cuts..
Mimi’s kittens: Hope under the rubble in Morocco
Mimi’s kittens are still under the rubble. It’s an amazing story of hope and survival amidst the devastation caused by the earthquake in Morocco..