Emergency response

El Nino: “The drought is a catastrophe for women and girls”

Mozambique has been hit by its worst drought for 35 years. A severe food shortage is taking a heavy toll, especially on women and their children.

El Nino: The worst is yet to come

For many El Niño is an abstract term, but for 40 million people in Southern Africa this weather phenomenon has very real ramifications: the worst drought in 35 years.

El Nino in Ethiopia: Providing care in a food crisis

CARE is providing food and nutrition support to young mothers, children and families in drought-hit Ethiopia.

El Nino in Malawi: Living off food aid

The drought in Malawi means 75-year old Esther Peter relies on aid agencies like CARE for food to feed her three orphaned grandchildren.

El Nino in Malawi: The last meal

“Now I sit and think what if the food runs out, what will I do for the children?”

A journey through CARE’s work in OPT and Lebanon

Laurie Lee sees first-hand the impact of CARE’s work, the resilience of the people we work with, and the challenges that they still face.

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...