One man's story: Brought back home by gender training
"I just feel younger than some years ago. I really feel proud of the fruits now; the change is obvious to everyone."
A journey through CARE’s work in OPT and Lebanon
Laurie Lee sees first-hand the impact of CARE’s work, the resilience of the people we work with, and the challenges that they still face.
The story of aid in a CARE package
Take a look at a gallery of contents of CARE packages from 1945 to today.
Empowered in Gaza: Why aid is not just a sticking plaster
Ahlam’s story shows that humanitarian aid can be more than a sticking plaster on a gaping wound.
A debt of gratitude: Remembering Hillsborough
Paul-André Wilton describes how the legacy of the Hillsborough disaster set him off on a career in development and social justice.
Nepal earthquake: One family's story in pictures
Sunita, Uttam and their family have benefited from a wide range of support from CARE after the earthquake completely destroyed their village.
Nepal earthquake: Training local people to build back safer
Single mother Sunita was trained by CARE to build earthquake-resilient houses - and her work is much in demand.
Nepal earthquake: I have found a passion for agriculture
One year on from the earthquakes, with help from CARE, Som Bahadur Tamang has a new livelihood as a market farmer.