Food and hunger
East Africa crisis: “We share what little we have”
Women's groups in Somalia are using their savings to help others - but as famine looms, their money is running out.
East Africa crisis: One family’s struggle to survive
Amina and her family have seen most of their livestock die and now depend on emergency aid for food to eat.
East Africa crisis: It is now about saving human lives
An eye-witness report from Somaliland where severe drought has brought people to the brink of starvation.
Famine in South Sudan: The desperate struggle for survival
Since famine was declared in South Sudan, mothers and young children walk for days in search of food and health care.
East Africa crisis: With drought everywhere, there is nowhere to go
Families in Somalia have walked miles in search of water, seeing all their livestock die on the journey.
Leaving the old behind: The hard decisions of survival
Somalia is in the grip of a severe drought. Over six million people – half the population – are in need of food and water.
Horn of Africa food crisis: Will history repeat itself?
Six years ago 260,000 Somalis starved to death. Is famine about to strike again?
Drought in Zimbabwe: Getting cash for food into people’s hands
Find out how CARE is helping the poorest people in Zimbabwe to survive the drought caused by El Niño.