How UK aid is changing lives in the DRC
UK aid is enabling young people to access sexual and reproductive health services without stigma.
Seven years of conflict: A midwife’s day in Syria
World Humanitarian Day 2017: a day in the life of Khawla, a midwife at a CARE-supported health centre in Aleppo.
A day in the life: Midwife to 100,000 refugees
World Humanitarian Day 2017: a day in the life of Mary, a midwife in Imvepi refugee settlement, Uganda.
Yemen: Cholera outbreak piles on the misery
Yemen is facing an acute cholera outbreak that is making even worse the already dire humanitarian crisis in the country.
Family planning: Why it’s a human right
Family Planning Summit: why women and girls displaced by disaster or conflict need access to contraceptives.
After the earthquakes: A journey towards safe motherhood in Nepal
A photo story from Uhiya village, Nepal, where CARE is helping to construct a new health post after the earthquake.
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.
A day in the life of a CARE mobile health team
Half the population of South Sudan do not have regular access to medical care – but CARE’s mobile health teams are there to help.