Health

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.

Recovering from conflict: Giving people a place to be heard

CARE has created a “listening centre” to provide professional psychosocial support for survivors of Côte d’Ivoire’s brutal violence.

A new era for mothers and babies in Budar, Nepal

In far western Nepal, the terrain makes travel difficult and people have little access to health care facilities.

Peru: Making people’s voices heard in health care provision

Peru has the second highest maternal mortality rate in South America - but CARE's Participatory Voices project is helping women stand up for better health care.

HIV and AIDS: Overcoming stigma and stereotypes in Mozambique

At 22 years old, Matilde Alfiado and her friends aren’t afraid to ask for condoms - thanks to CARE's counselling and education programme for people living with, or at risk of, HIV.

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