Stories

How climate change is hurting farmers in Mozambique

Farmers like Rosa in Mozambique face unpredictable weather, inconsistent harvests, intense heat, and killer cyclones.

Women farmers in Tanzania: We do the work, we are in charge

Rose’s farm is one of the showcase plots for the Farmers’ Field Business School - part of CARE’s UKaid-funded project.

Somalia: How women help each other to support girls’ education

Our Girls Education Project in Somalia helps mothers earn an income and girls to go to school.

Meet the farmers you are helping in Tanzania

Droughts one season, floods the next… Find out from farmers in Tanzania how we are helping them to learn climate-smart farming techniques.

#WomenHumanitarians: “I will fulfil our promise together”

Throughout the world, women humanitarians are dedicating their lives to helping people affected by crises – even when this puts their own lives at risk.

Helping Rohingya refugees survive monsoon season

Like any mother, all Anwara wants is for her family to be safe.

Five years of crisis: How CARE is helping people in Iraq

Displaced people in northern Iraq have limited access to health services. Here's how CARE is rising to the challenge.

Somalia: How one girl made sure another girl could go to school

Like many girls in Somalia, Hafsa was not able to go to school - until Suherya stepped in to help...

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