Mona’s Story: “I want to help other displaced people like me.”
Yemen has been devastated by war, economic collapse, food shortages, cholera, and now COVID-19 – but Mona has not lost hope.
Why women health workers make COVID-19 vaccination possible
Vaccines are useless without delivery systems that depend on women frontline health workers.
Zero tolerance for FGM: Communities in Somalia take a stand
On International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM, women and communities in Somalia/Somaliland are saying: this has to stop.
COVID-19: Let’s make vaccine delivery fast and fair
CARE aims to ensure fast and fair delivery of COVID vaccines to the world’s most marginalised people.
Global Handwashing Day: COVID-19 reminds us handwashing saves lives
This year, amid the Coronavirus pandemic, we are reminded that handwashing is a life-saving act.
COVID-19: A view from the frontline in Sierra Leone
Rosaline, a nurse in Sierra Leone, is already at work in her community to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
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?