CARE's impact

Going back: A South Sudanese refugee's journey home

Imagine travelling for six years across three countries to get away from your war torn homeland. What would make you want to go back?

Instead of holding pencils, children make toy guns

"I have never imagined that I would live in such a place," says Ayham, a Syrian refugee, pointing at an unfinished house.

Syria crisis: CARE moves to help Kobane refugees

As soon as my colleagues and I heard reports of refugees fleeing from Kobane to Turkey, we drove to the border to assess how CARE can respond.

Syria, I love you

Lamis, 22, volunteers for CARE in Lebanon. This is her story.

South Sudan: Seeds of hope

Nyanyin Jek just walked for two days through Uror county. She is pregnant and hopes to receive medical support at CARE's health clinic in Yuai.

“Hunger, malnutrition and pain is the norm”

What did you think? says Isaac Ibrahim, a CARE-employed nurse, as our truck pulls away from Pariang Hospital in South Sudan.

Gaza Crisis: “People seem like they have lost hope”

Dr. Ghassan Qaraman (41) is a pediatrician and father of five working for the Palestinian Medical Relief Society (PMRS) in Gaza.

From refugee to aid worker: Reflections from the frontline

2013 was the most dangerous year yet for humanitarian workers, with 155 deaths and 134 kidnappings. CARE's Joseph Ngamije reflects from the frontline in South Sudan.

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