Stories

I joined a Wikipedia Editathon to #ChangeTheStory and address the Wikipedia Gender Gap

Why you should join a Wikipedia 'editathon' and #ChangeTheStory for women and girls

Meet the girls from Syria who are changing the story for women’s football

The girls were determined to play and asked CARE staff to create a secure and safe environment for them to train in. The CARE Jordan team is now running daily sessions for the girls, run by a female CARE volunteer.

Appointment of new interim CEO for CARE International UK

The CARE International UK Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Eamon Cassidy as our new interim CEO, starting July 4.

CARE is changing the story: Making women equally represented and valued

When women are not equally represented, they are not equally valued. When women are not equally valued, they are not equally represented.

Seven CARE women demand action from G7 leaders ahead of this week's Summit

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.

Women like Karima need our help now

The conflict in Afghanistan is one of the world’s most complex and longstanding humanitarian crises. Like many other conflicts, it is disproportionately impacting women and girls.

Women like Farah need our help now

In Syria, conflict has been raging for over 11 years. It’s hard for us to imagine living through 11 years of war but for women like Farah, this is reality.

Lyndall Stein appointed new Chair of the Board of Trustees of CARE International UK

Lyndall Stein has been appointed Chair of the Board of Trustees of CARE International UK. She will take up her post from 1 August 2022.    Lyndall will be succeeding Carolyn Clarke who stepped down in 2021 after serving her term as Chair.

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