Ukraine: Escalating attacks and winter could dramatically increase humanitarian needs, warns CARE
After the largest attacks on Ukraine’s energy supply and worsening winter conditions, CARE International expresses its deep concern for the safety of civilians across the country..
Halfway through COP27: Time running out for gender-just climate action
The 27th UN Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP27) is at its halfway mark. Despite some positive steps, progress during negotiations is continuing at a slow and disappointing pace..
Ongoing drought leads to school dropouts in parts of Kenya
The severe and worsening drought in Kenya has impacted school retention as pupils are forced to drop out of school to support their parents in the search for food, pasture, and water..
COP27: Loss and damage financing vital to protect women and girls
CARE strongly urges the UK Government to support loss and damage financing at the 27th Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP27)..
330 million women could lose one meal a day due to the impact of the war in Ukraine
Over 200 million people urgently needed humanitarian food assistance just to survive by September 2022..
Toxic cocktail of cholera and hunger threatens millions from Haiti to the Horn of Africa – says CARE International
The resurgence of cholera in some of the world’s hunger hotspots, including Haiti, Syria, Pakistan, South Sudan and Afghanistan, is threatening the lives of millions of already vulnerable people..
Somalia drought puts women and girls at higher risk of violence
As the drought in Somalia intensifies, women and girls are facing a devastating increase in incidents of gender-based violence..
Failure to extend the UN-brokered truce in Yemen
The failure for the parties to the conflict to reach an agreement to extend the truce brokered by the Office of the Special Envoy for Yemen beyond 2 October, is an extremely sad occasion for the people of Yemen and the humanitarian and development community..
CARE providing much needed assistance to flood-affected communities in Pakistan
CARE International in Pakistan, and its implementing partners, are distributing relief items to affected communities including tents and tarpaulins, emergency latrine kits and everyday essentials including menstrual hygiene items..
Six months on in Ukraine: Brutal mental health toll must not be overlooked, warns CARE
Since the escalation of war in Ukraine on 24 February, more than 10 million women and children have been negatively impacted, and with an estimated one third of Ukrainian refugees expected to develop depression, anxiety or post-traumatic stress disorders, there is an urgent need to provide support to those suffering from ongoing war trauma now and in the months and years to come, warns CARE..