Restarting our humanitarian response in Afghanistan

In the last week we have restarted our emergency humanitarian response in Afghanistan, where around 14 million people are currently going hungry. These numbers are increasing, fuelled by the recent instability and climate-related crises that have affected agricultural growing and harvest as well as the looming economic crisis.  


On 22nd September, #Wednesday4Women will bring together organisations, activists, allies and leaders across the women and girls sector in the UK and globally as part of The Great Big Green Week – the biggest week of action on climate change ever in the UK.

Haiti earthquake 2021: CARE responding to deadly quake, amid food insecurity and COVID-19 crises

CARE responding to deadly quake in Haiti, a country already struggling with food insecurity, instability and COVID-19.

Where do you go? A glimpse of what life is like for migrants and refugees in Ecuador

These are just three stories among thousands from Venezuelan migrants and refugees seeking a better life in Ecuador.

South Sudan 10 years on: Local women leading change

As South Sudan celebrates 10 years of independence, it faces the worst humanitarian crisis in its short history.

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.

#Wednesday4Women: G7 need to Crack the Crisis

Like an earthquake exposing a fault line, the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed and reinforced deep structural inequalities,

Palestine-Israel Crisis

We are witnessing a rapid escalation of violence in Palestine and Israel. As of 17 May at least 220 Palestinians, including 58 children, 31 women, more than 6300 injured.