Stories

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

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

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.

Inside Syria: “The camps are people’s last resort”

CARE Syria Country Director, Jolien Veldwijk, writes about the devastating situation facing Syrians in the Northeast.

Somalia drought: Why people urgently need UK aid

A rapidly worsening drought is putting hundreds of thousands of lives at risk in Somalia and Somaliland.

#SheLeadsInCrisis: Young climate leaders speak out

This Earth Day, we look to five young female climate leaders who are on the frontlines of the climate emergency.

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