Rohingya refugees: Helping today to prepare for a better tomorrow
CARE CEO Laurie Lee asks what that future holds for Rohingya Refugees and explains what CARE is doing to help people in the camps today.
One day with the Rohingya refugees: A home where people can feel safer
CARE CEO Laurie Lee sends an eye witness report from the Rohingya refugee camps in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
How climate change is hurting farmers in Mozambique
Farmers like Rosa in Mozambique face unpredictable weather, inconsistent harvests, intense heat, and killer cyclones.
#WomenHumanitarians: “I will fulfil our promise together”
Throughout the world, women humanitarians are dedicating their lives to helping people affected by crises – even when this puts their own lives at risk.
Helping Rohingya refugees survive monsoon season
Like any mother, all Anwara wants is for her family to be safe.
Five years of crisis: How CARE is helping people in Iraq
Displaced people in northern Iraq have limited access to health services. Here's how CARE is rising to the challenge.
Working with refugees in Bangladesh: One day at a time
A day in the life of three inspiring women working with CARE to help Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
LGBTQ migrants fleeing Venezuela find refuge in Ecuador
Dialogo Diverso, a community organisation in Quito, provides counseling, workshops and support to LGBTQ people.