Emergency response

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.

Women on the front-line

The World Humanitarian Summit needs to commit more support to women's groups. Here are some of the inspiring women working on the front-line of our emergency response...

The “Waiting Hell”: Refugees trapped in Greece

About 2,500 people, most of them from Syria, are living in tents at Piraeus port in Athens. These are some of their stories.

Refugee crisis: All the normal assumptions have been thrown out

An interview with Tessa Gough, CARE’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) specialist who was recently in Serbia coordinating our emergency response for refugees crossing into Europe.

Ecuador earthquake: CARE's emergency response

CARE staff are conducting assessments of people's needs and preparing emergency supplies for distribution.

Ecuador earthquake: People face long road to recovery

People in Ecuador are sleeping in makeshift shelters as they come to terms with the devastation and loss caused by the earthquake.

The EU and refugees: Looking the other way

Fundamentally this ‘refugee crisis’ is a crisis of humanity, and a test of the values Europe stands for.

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.

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