Inside Syria: Overcoming a disability to thrive under siege
Despite a disability caused by an airstrike in Northern Homs, Hamdou has rebuilt his family's livelihood through a CARE-supported farming project.
Myanmar refugee camps: This is what daily life looks like
Makeshift shelters, rudimentary sanitation, lack of food... an insight into the daily realities of life in Balukhali refugee camp in Bangladesh.
Yemen: Helping people in a collapsing country
Despite the ongoing conflict in Yemen, CARE is providing safe water and cash-for-work assistance to people in remote villages.
Syrian refugees in Jordan: Making progress at Azraq camp
Find out what has changed and what life is like for Syrian refugee families living in Azraq camp, Jordan.
Myanmar refugee crisis: Tarik's story
Please listen to Tarik’s story of the terrible night when he and his family fled from an attack on their village in Myanmar.
Refugee men and boys – in their own words
The mental health needs of refugee men and boys can often be overlooked. Here are some of their stories.
Nigeria: Why CARE is there, and what we are doing
Find out how CARE has started delivering help in north-east Nigeria in response to the regional humanitarian crisis.
Myanmar: A story of horror – and human kindness
Nur, a refugee mother who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh, experienced horrific violence – but also the kindness of strangers.