Health

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.

Yemen: War and poverty are what make cholera a killer

What does cholera mean for people already weakened by hunger and made vulnerable by conflict?

Life2Live: Every woman deserves to give birth safely

CARE-trained midwife Arati helped save the lives of Sabati and her baby Ehani in Nepal.

Suffering in Silence: A life nearly lost to Ebola

Nadej survived Ebola during the outbreak in the DRC and is now helping to educate others about the disease.

Nigeria crisis: “No-one has ever asked me to tell my story”

My name is Falmata Ali from northeast Nigeria. I am fighting for my children to grow up.

Photo story: How to be a healthy garment worker in Cambodia

CARE is helping women garment factory workers in Cambodia take charge of their own health. Find out how.

DRC crisis: 'Our neighbours were killed and our house burned down'

According to the UN Children's Fund, more than 60,000 Congolese refugees have arrived in Uganda since the beginning of the year. Here, some of them tell their stories

Rabya’s story: How your donation helps girls go to school

Rabya in Ethiopia has overcome the stigma that was stopping her going to school during menstruation – thanks to CARE's UK Aid Match funded project.

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