Nepal earthquake: Are we going to die?
CARE Nepal's Grishma Raj Aryal gives an eye-witness account of the destruction in Kathmandu.
Nepal earthquake: CARE team on the ground
The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal yesterday has devastated parts of the country.
Yemen: “I’ve learned first-hand what it’s like to be displaced”
The bombing campaign in Yemen forced a CARE worker who helps displaced people to flee her own home with her husband and nine-year-old son.
Niger: CARE supports refugees from northern Nigeria
CARE has so far helped 58,000 people - take a look at our photo gallery about our emergency response and meet some of the people we've helped.
Vanuatu: Idyllic? Maybe. Resilient? Definitely.
When people talk about the South Pacific, they use words like 'idyllic' or 'peaceful'. They don't often say 'resilient'.
Afghanistan: "The storm took everything from us"
Rahmuddin from CARE Afghanistan was part of an assessment team to villages in the Nijrab district of Kapisa province affected by recent flooding.
Vanuatu: "If people overseas can help us, we really need it"
After a bumpy four-hour journey across the mountainous island of Tanna, our truck pulls in to a small clinic which supports the 10,000 or so people living in this part of southern Vanuatu.
CAR crisis: Overcoming the trauma of conflict
Jamila and Paul (not their real names) are just two of the hundreds of thousands of people traumatised by the brutal conflict in the Central African Republic. These are their stories.