Emergency response

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.

Ebola: Spreading opportunities amidst crisis

This devastating disease has not only robbed people of their lives, but also of their livelihoods. CARE’s village savings groups are providing a means to fight back.

Syria: Images from inside - "What we left behind"

Four years on from the start of the crisis in Syria, it has evolved into one of the largest humanitarian crises in recent decades, destroying the homes and livelihoods of millions of Syrians.

Yemen: 16 million people in urgent need of help

The humanitarian situation in Yemen is worsening as political instability and the conflict continues.

"Don't Touch" – Life in Ebola-stricken Sierra Leone

"Don't touch." I hear this slogan over and over again here in Sierra Leone.

Syrian refugees in Iraq struggling to survive

Thousands of Syrian refugees are struggling through the cold winter months at a camp in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, reports CARE’s emergency team.

Ivorian refugees in Liberia: We feel human again

Refugees are arriving in Liberia nine months after the conflict started without any belongings, traumatised, exhausted, hungry and often sick.

Malawi floods: "Now we will have nowhere to stay"

Even before she lost her home and a promising crop to the devastating floods, Aida Marko had more than enough problems to worry about.