FGM: A daily grim reality for girls in Somalia
On 6 February the world marks International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). Somalia has recorded the highest cases of FGM..
CARE resumes health and nutrition activities in Afghanistan with male and female staff
CARE will be resuming its health and nutrition operations in Afghanistan after obtaining the necessary assurances from the Ministry of Public Health that our female staff will be able to carry out their work safely and unfettered, both in community-based and support roles..
'Breaking the Silence': The 10 most under-reported humanitarian crises of 2022
CARE launches 'Breaking the Silence', a report highlighting the 10 crises which received the least media attention over the course of the year..
Syria: UN Security Council renews resolution to maintain humanitarian assistance
CARE International is relieved by the United Nations Security Council vote to maintain humanitarian assistance for more than four million Syrians in the Northwest of the country through the Bab al-Hawa crossing for another 6 months..
A ban on female aid workers in Afghanistan will cost lives, warn leading aid groups
Four of the largest international aid groups working in Afghanistan have warned that the lives of women and children are at risk if the de facto authorities do not immediately reverse a ban on female NGO workers in the country..
8.3 million people face acute hunger in Somalia by June 2023
The situation in Somalia is grim and only a concerted effort can help avert a catastrophe that the country will struggle to recover from..
CARE International to begin supporting earthquake-affected families in Indonesia
CARE is coordinating with local authorities and other aid agencies to respond to urgent needs in Indonesia following devastating earthquake..
New CARE analysis highlights disturbing correlation between hunger and violence against women
The combination of hunger, reduced incomes and the skyrocketing cost of living creates huge amounts of stress on households and, devastatingly, women and girls are paying the price..
CARE on COP27: New fund but small funds: Climate summit outcomes lag behind needs for gender-just climate action
The curtain has come down at the 27th UN Climate Change Conference of Parties with mixed outcomes for advancing climate justice..
Catastrophic hunger and floods in South Sudan as COP27 negotiations conclude
Many parts of South Sudan are submerged under several feet of flood waters as the rains continues to pour. Almost eight million people are experiencing extreme hunger in the country..