Emergency response

“Hunger, malnutrition and pain is the norm”

What did you think? says Isaac Ibrahim, a CARE-employed nurse, as our truck pulls away from Pariang Hospital in South Sudan.

Gaza Crisis: “People seem like they have lost hope”

Dr. Ghassan Qaraman (41) is a pediatrician and father of five working for the Palestinian Medical Relief Society (PMRS) in Gaza.

From refugee to aid worker: Reflections from the frontline

2013 was the most dangerous year yet for humanitarian workers, with 155 deaths and 134 kidnappings. CARE's Joseph Ngamije reflects from the frontline in South Sudan.

On being stuck in Bentiu: CARE humanitarians in South Sudan

Sandra Bulling describes the terrible conditions – and the huge challenges – that CARE humanitarians overcome every day.

South Sudan: On a mission of safe hygiene

Nicholas Kweri leaves the CARE compound in Yuai on the way to his next mission: a hygiene promotion session for people displaced by the conflict.

Gaza crisis: Responding to suffering

The destruction and suffering in Gaza is heartbreaking but the work of CARE and our partners is already making a huge difference.

Emergency health care: Saving lives in Pariang, South Sudan

CARE supports around 40 health centres across South Sudan – including this hospital in Pariang Unity State which is providing emergency health care to people affected by the conflict.

Gaza crisis: “When they return, they will find nothing”

We were still in our house when the building next to us was hit by a missile in the first days of the war.

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