Emergency response

No child should grow up with such a name

How does one react when being told that the name of a new-born child means "one who has lost everything and whose people are eternally persecuted"?

Ebola is like a secret war

The smell of boiling bananas fills the air as Musu Sesay prepares banana cakes that she hopes her teenage daughter will be able sell for some desperately needed income.

A hole lot more than just a toilet

In an emergency, food, water and safety are usually considered the essentials for survival, but in South Sudan the humble toilet is also changing – and saving – lives.

Syria crisis: The urgent needs of Kobane refugees

Read the stories of people who have arrived in Turkey as refugees from Kobane, Syria.

Typhoon Haiyan: Women's journeys towards recovery

Women in the Philippines have shown great character and strength to build back their homes and livelihoods since the typhoon - here are just some of their stories.

Typhoon Haiyan: A letter from Jinky

Jinky Calub, aged 17, tragically lost her father during the typhoon, as well as her home and any source of income. CARE was there to support her.

Azraq camp, six months on

CARE's team leader at Azraq refugee camp reflects on the lessons learned - and the achievements - of the first six months since the camp opened.

The Philippines, one year after Typhoon Haiyan

Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest storms ever recorded, hit the Philippines on 8 November 2013. CARE is still there to help people rebuild their lives.