Emergency response

Gaza crisis: “We ask that the violence stops”

My boy is only three years old. He feels stressed and depressed and last night after hearing the explosions he said to my wife “I feel that I will die”.

Gaza crisis: My children want a childhood

We are surrounded by bombs and explosions. We just stay in the house, watching the black smoke in the sky when the houses nearby are hit.

Supporting South Sudan’s most vulnerable refugees

Steven Gai fled to Uganda from fighting in South Sudan. He arrived alone, in a broken wheelchair he had been using for 10 years.

Bangladesh: Rebuilding livelihoods and food security after floods

With funding from DFID, CARE has helped over 18,000 households affected by floods to recover and become more self-sufficient.

South Sudan: Helping the sick and the hungry

The outbreak of violence in South Sudan did not stop CARE from helping people hit by displacement and chaos.

Typhoon Haiyan: Rebuilding their own homes and communities

Aileen Militante's husband Edgar earns a living helping build other people's homes as a carpenter.

Typhoon Haiyan: Building back safer

For Rolando Creado, 64, the safest place was to head to the mountains when Typhoon Haiyan hit.

Syrian refugees: “One meal a day is all we can afford”

Sabra in Beirut, Lebanon, is home to a new wave of refugees: families fleeing the conflict in Syria.

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