44 aid workers have lost their lives this year with South Sudan continuing to be one of the deadliest places to be an aid worker
This World Humanitarian Day (Friday 19 August), CARE International, a leading humanitarian organisation, has highlighted the dangers facing aid workers as 44 aid workers have lost their lives globally since the beginning of this year..
New research reveals the impact of food and economic crisis in Afghanistan on women and girls
Research by the humanitarian organisation CARE International reveals the harsh toll the food and economic crisis in Afghanistan is having on women and girls including the access to medical attention and an increase in child marriages..
Report reveals gender hunger gap widening as global food crisis worsens
A new report by humanitarian charity CARE International has warned that at least 150 million more women go hungry than men as the global food crisis worsens..
Gaza: CARE condemns bombing of civilians and calls on all parties to protect civilians
CARE International strongly condemns the recent upsurge in violence in Gaza and the violations of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law by all parties to the conflict, as evidenced by recent reports of the bombing of civilian population, where the number of lost lives continues to increase, including those of women and children..
Second commemoration of the Beirut Blast
Today (4th August) marks the second commemoration of the Beirut Blast. The 2020 explosion, the third largest in history after Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killed 220 people, injured more than 6,500, temporarily displaced about 300,000 people from their homes and destroyed entire neighbourhoods of the city..
CARE International launch campaign to #ChangeTheStory on women’s representation ahead of upcoming Euros
CARE International UK, a leading humanitarian charity with a focus on women and girls, is partnering with Wikimedia UK and Women In Red ahead of the Women’s Euros to #ChangeTheStory on women’s representation..
Assistance for Ukrainian refugees in Germany: Back-to-School Packages for school age students
CARE International is now expanding its assistance to Ukrainian refugees thanks to funding from the Deutsche Bank Foundation, Aktion Deutschland Hilft and support from the school backpack manufacturer Satch inside Germany..
Leaders urged to listen to female voices, as women around the world personally address global leaders ahead of G7
Seven women from countries including Ukraine, Afghanistan and Bangladesh have written to G7 leaders to offer a first-hand perspective on how the world’s most pressing crises are affecting women and girls globally..
CARE mobile health teams on the ground assisting earthquake survivors in Afghanistan
CARE Afghanistan deployed three mobile health teams following the devastating earthquake in eastern Afghanistan that is estimated to have killed between 770 – 1,000 people, left thousands more injured..
World’s richest countries top-up climate finance with funds diverted from world’s poorest
Most of the public climate finance reported by rich countries is taken directly from development aid budgets, despite long-standing commitments to provide new money, finds a new report from CARE..