Indian Ocean tsunami: Survivors 10 years on
10 years on, we visited some of the people in Aceh, Indonesia, who we helped just after the tsunami hit.
South Sudan: “A story too sad to hear again”
I’ve heard stories like the one I am going to tell four times already. I’m not sure I can stand to hear it again. It’s terrible – doubly so because the tragedy could have been prevented.
Typhoon Hagupit: “Preparation saved our lives”
“We were all terrified that we were about to relive Haiyan. But this time we were prepared, and so was my home.”
Human Rights Day: A hand-up for Hamid
Last Friday in Beirut I met Hamid, a young Syrian from Damascus. He's been working as a waiter for almost a year, after he fled the conflict in Syria fearing for his life.
Typhoon Hagupit: From being afraid to being prepared
“Not another Haiyan please!” This was my first thought when I learned about Typhoon Hagupit approaching our region, writes CARE's Rona Casil.
Afghanistan: Community-based education for girls
There are many barriers preventing girls in Afghanistan from getting an education – but CARE is overcoming those barriers.
A hole lot more than just a toilet
In an emergency, food, water and safety are usually considered the essentials for survival, but in South Sudan the humble toilet is also changing – and saving – lives.
India: How CARE helps women get better healthcare
Empowering women makes a big impact on health for women and their families, and brings wider improvements to the whole community, writes Laurie Lee.