Syrian refugees in Iraq struggling to survive
Thousands of Syrian refugees are struggling through the cold winter months at a camp in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, reports CARE’s emergency team.
Ivorian refugees in Liberia: We feel human again
Refugees are arriving in Liberia nine months after the conflict started without any belongings, traumatised, exhausted, hungry and often sick.
Malawi floods: "Now we will have nowhere to stay"
Even before she lost her home and a promising crop to the devastating floods, Aida Marko had more than enough problems to worry about.
Malawi floods: We’ve lost everything
For people in Nsanje district, floods are an annual occurrence - but this year the rains have left 1.5 million people in need of food assistance.
Haiti earthquake: Jean Angélène's story
Jean Angélène and her family were among the more than 1.5 million Haitians left homeless after the deadly earthquake that hit the country five years ago.
Gaza crisis: Six months on
During the 50-day conflict in Gaza CARE and our partner PMRS set up three mobile health teams. Here are the stories of some of the people we worked with.
Winter for Syrian refugees: ‘I do not want to die yet’
In the northern Jordanian city Irbid live Leila* and her grandchildren. They fled their home in Daraa Syria more than two years ago...
2014 – A dire year for Syrian refugees
CARE’s Johanna Mitscherlich looks back on 12 months of working with Syrian refugees – and pays tribute to their resilience and humanity.