From refugee to aid worker: Reflections from the frontline
2013 was the most dangerous year yet for humanitarian workers, with 155 deaths and 134 kidnappings. CARE's Joseph Ngamije reflects from the frontline in South Sudan.
South Sudan: On a mission of safe hygiene
Nicholas Kweri leaves the CARE compound in Yuai on the way to his next mission: a hygiene promotion session for people displaced by the conflict.
Emergency health care: Saving lives in Pariang, South Sudan
CARE supports around 40 health centres across South Sudan – including this hospital in Pariang Unity State which is providing emergency health care to people affected by the conflict.
Ethiopia: Finding solutions to water problems
CARE has been working to provide clean water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) to communities in the highlands of Ethiopia for over eight years.
South Sudan: Helping the sick and the hungry
The outbreak of violence in South Sudan did not stop CARE from helping people hit by displacement and chaos.
Ethiopia: A relentless walk for unsafe water
Ever since she can remember 46-year-old Betu has walked for more than 9 hours every day to get water for her family.
Walk In Her Shoes: A journey like no other
Every day, 14-year-old Ayanna rises before dawn to embark on a gruelling journey to fetch water for her family.
Families fighting cholera in Sierra Leone
Marie has just watched her grandson recover from cholera; now, for the first time in her long life, she is fighting the disease herself.