Yemen: “It is our fate to be constantly displaced”
Five years on from the start of the conflict, three mothers tell of their experiences since normal life in Yemen was put on hold.
COVID-19: A view from the frontline in Sierra Leone
Rosaline, a nurse in Sierra Leone, is already at work in her community to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Cyclone Idai, one year on: How UKaid is saving lives
With funding from the UK government, CARE is helping people in Mozambique to recover from Cyclone Idai.
Suffering in Silence: Are climate emergencies out of sight and out of mind?
Climate change is at the root of some of the most under-reported humanitarian crises in 2019.
Will you send the gift of hope to refugees like Grace?
There are currently more than 1.3 million refugees in Uganda. 17-year-old Grace is one of them.
Rohingya refugees: Helping today to prepare for a better tomorrow
CARE CEO Laurie Lee asks what that future holds for Rohingya Refugees and explains what CARE is doing to help people in the camps today.
One day with the Rohingya refugees: A home where people can feel safer
CARE CEO Laurie Lee sends an eye witness report from the Rohingya refugee camps in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
How climate change is hurting farmers in Mozambique
Farmers like Rosa in Mozambique face unpredictable weather, inconsistent harvests, intense heat, and killer cyclones.