When home becomes a suitcase for millions of Syrians
Like millions of Syrians, Najlaa and her family have been displaced several times by conflict.
South Sudan: How CARE supports families when hunger strikes
Mary and Natalia are facing down hunger in South Sudan through improved seeds, tools and farmer training.
DRC crisis: 'Our neighbours were killed and our house burned down'
According to the UN Children's Fund, more than 60,000 Congolese refugees have arrived in Uganda since the beginning of the year. Here, some of them tell their stories
Azraq refugee camp, four years on: view from a CARE staff member
Four years ago, Azraq refugee camp in Jordan opened its doors to people fleeing the conflict in Syria. Today, it is home to 55,000 people.
Eastern Ghouta, Syria: A story of life under siege
What is it like to live under siege? Read one woman’s story of how ordinary people struggle to stay alive.
Syrian women refugees: Ready to lead the way
Two Syrian refugee women in Jordan describe how CARE’s Women Leadership Councils initiative has transformed their lives
Myanmar refugee crisis: CARE’s response in action
Refugee camps in Bangladesh are now home to over 880,000 people. The scale is unimaginable. CARE is there to help.
Everything is destroyed: A voice from inside Syria
“My country has fallen ill, my city is occupied, my neighbourhood is destroyed and my house is gone.”