Syria cross-border aid: UN Security Council veto catastrophic for northwest's population
Statement from Sofia Sprechmann Sineiro, CARE International Secretary General, following the veto at the UN Security Council preventing the renewal of the Syrian cross-border mechanism..
Long-awaited balance for adaptation climate finance still out of sight, new analysis from CARE shows
New analysis of the latest climate finance plans submitted to the UNFCCC demonstrates there is no chance of achieving 50/50 balanced financial support for climate mitigation and adaptation in the near future, CARE has found..
Ukraine: Explosion of Kakhovka plant displaces nearly 1900 households while floating landmines and oil spill pose further threat
CARE and partners continue lifesaving support after the explosion of Kakhovka plant in Ukraine, and are especially worried about landmines that are now floating in the area..
Sage Foundation partners with CARE International UK to provide international disaster relief
Sage Foundation announces CARE International UK as its international disaster relief partner. The Foundation will provide £180,000 to support global relief efforts for natural disasters and humanitarian crises as part of its commitment to support communities in need..
Global Food Crises, 2008 vs 2022: New Report Finds Disparities in Hunger and Funding
A new study just released by CARE reported that 112.6 million more people around the world were driven to hunger after 2020, compared to the previous major global food crisis (2008-2009)..
Hunger is still causing death in Somalia
With almost 6.7 million people hungry, over 4 million livestock dead, 32%-75% of cereal harvests failed, an increase in food prices, and flooding in several areas, Somalia is facing a worsening crisis..
Failed planting season poses imminent risk to Sudan's food security
With over 600 people dead, 5,100 injured, approximately 730,000 displaced, and few health centres operational, the dire situation in Sudan is getting worse. The conflict threatens the planting season which is set to begin at the end of May..
Chad hosts refugee influx as fighting continues in Sudan
Over the last several days in Chad, community leaders in the Sudan-Chad border region have told CARE that the region has received more than 42,000 refugees..
Conflict will worsen the humanitarian situation in Sudan
The continued fighting in Sudan has led to increased fatalities and casualties. CARE is deeply concerned about the safety and well-being of Sudanese communities – especially women and girls in the country..
Deadly cholera pandemic threatens millions of pregnant and breastfeeding women in high-risk countries
New analysis by CARE International, ahead of World Health Day, shows that the alarming spread of cholera primarily affects countries with high levels of gender inequality..