Stories

“No one dares harass women anymore” - tackling sexual harassment at work

We follow up with Arunny*, who experienced sexual harassment at work, to see how things have changed.

Two different ways to die in Yemen

Killed by an airstrike or dying from hunger: these are the possibilities faced every day by millions of Yemeni people.

Children like Balki deserve a Life to Live

As many as one in three young children in the Sahel region suffer from malnutrition. Please help give them a Life to Live.

Indonesia tsunami response: “People have lost everything”

CARE begins to distribute hygiene kits as people start to come to terms with what they have lost in the earthquake and tsunami.

Indonesia tsunami: What do you do when all is destroyed?

Photos from earthquake-affected areas of Palu and Donggala show the shocking scenes of devastation facing survivors.

What’s it like being a girl in a refugee crisis?

This International Day of the Girl, a new CAREreport reveals which refugee crises around the world are most dangerous for girls.

Indonesia tsunami: “We are in urgent need of help”

A mother from Palu, Sulawesi, describes the chaos and urgent needs following the earthquake and tsunami.

Nigeria crisis: “No-one has ever asked me to tell my story”

My name is Falmata Ali from northeast Nigeria. I am fighting for my children to grow up.

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