CARE's impact

Rohingya refugees: A thousand days of hope and courage

Three years on from the start of the Rohingya crisis, refugees in Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh try to stay hopeful.

World Humanitarian Day: Celebrating the #RealLifeHeroes

This World Humanitarian Day, let’s celebrate local humanitarian workers: women, men, and young people working to meet the needs of their communities.

Lebanon disaster: CARE begins emergency distributions in Beirut

CARE has begun distributing food parcels to people in neighbourhoods devastated by the explosion at Beirut port.

Conflict, crisis, and gender-based violence: A story from South Sudan

Read about one woman’s experiences, hopes and fears as South Sudan marks the 9th anniversary of independence.

How to respond to increased gender-based violence during COVID-19

Find out how CARE is providing support to women experiencing gender-based violence in East, Central and Southern Africa.

How CARE staff pay it forward: Emmanuel’s story

Emmanuel is in charge of CARE’s COVID-19 response in Liberia. His path to working for CARE was not an easy one.

How are women entrepreneurs coping with COVID-19?

Six women tell us how they are adapting their businesses in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

UK aid: “The wrong time for a bad idea”

Abolishing DFID and putting the Foreign Office in charge of all UK aid is a disaster for taxpayers and for the world’s poorest people.

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