Emergency response

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.

Mothers like Natasha need our help now

The ongoing crisis in Ukraine shows just how devastating it is to be caught up in a conflict. Before our eyes, we are seeing families being ripped apart and ordinary citizens are taking up arms.

Tonga disaster 2022: CARE calls for donations

CARE International UK has set up an emergency appeal for Tonga following the recent volcano eruption and tsunami.

Let’s do everything in our power to support communities on the front line of the climate emergency!

Find out about GenZero and why we must do everything in our power to support communities living on the front lines of the climate emergency.

Restarting our humanitarian response in Afghanistan

CARE is restarting emergency humanitarian response in Afghanistan, where around 14 million people are currently going hungry.

Palestine-Israel Crisis

We are witnessing a rapid escalation of violence in Palestine and Israel. As of 17 May at least 220 Palestinians, including 58 children, 31 women, more than 6300 injured.

Inside Syria: “The camps are people’s last resort”

CARE Syria Country Director, Jolien Veldwijk, writes about the devastating situation facing Syrians in the Northeast.

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