10 million people in DRC urgently need aid amidst increased violence
Renewed violent clashes involving non-state armed groups have exacerbated the hunger and protection crises in the Democratic Republic of Congo, leaving 10 million people in urgent need of humanitarian assistance..
12 years on: Challenges caused by the Syrian conflict show no signs of abating
Twelve years later, the conflict in Syria that erupted in March 2011 has killed approximately 300,000 civilians, displaced more than 13 million people, and made the majority of the population in need of humanitarian assistance..
Fire incident in CARE-managed Rohingya camp 16
Following a series of recent fire incidents in the Rohingya refugee camps, another incident occurred on March 15, 2023, at approximately 3:30 am local time in CARE Bangladesh-managed camp 16..
Helen Pankhurst and Sophie Ellis-Bextor release star-studded International Women’s Day podcast
Gender equality activist Helen Pankhurst and singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor have released a special “online rally” podcast for International Women’s Day (IWD) on 8th March, in collaboration with CARE International UK..
Ukraine one year on: Women are rising in support of each other, but they still need our help
As the escalation of the conflict in Ukraine enters its second year, the global community must renew its will to support the most vulnerable groups that have been affected, including women and girls..
Mozambique Braces for Cyclone Freddy
Mozambique is bracing for Cyclone Freddy, predicted to make landfall on Friday, February 24th. The storm is expected to bring strong winds and heavy rains..
Syria and Turkey Earthquakes: CARE delivering critical emergency assistance to communities in need on both sides of the border
CARE has delivered life-saving emergency assistance to some communities in the most-hard hit regions in both southern Turkey and northwest Syria since the onset of the February 6 earthquake..
Second CARE Türkiye staff member confirmed dead in Northwest Syria
CARE is deeply saddened to learn that a second member of our staff has passed away in the wake of the recent earthquakes..
CARE Türkiye staff member confirmed deceased in wake of Turkey-Syria earthquake
It is with the deepest sadness CARE learned today of the passing of one of our CARE Türkiye colleagues, in the wake of the devastating earthquake that shook the region..
Deadly earthquake leaves thousands of people in Turkey and Syria vulnerable amid a harsh winter
Following the deadly earthquake that impacted Turkey and parts of Northern Syria in the early hours of Monday, 6 February, CARE Türkiye is increasing its preparedness to respond by prioritising the delivery of essential items to people seeking refuge from the earthquake..