Syria crisis: “My youngest son is as old as the war”
Women in Syria are earning an income and providing for their families thanks to the Syria Resilience Consortium.
International Women’s Day: The leaders among Syrian refugee women
This International Women’s Day, CARE celebrates Syrian refugee women who have become leaders in their communities.
Syrian refugees in Turkey: How sharing information changes lives
Across south-eastern Turkey, CARE is training Syrian refugees to help other refugees settle and build lives in their new communities.
Festival brings together Syrian and Turkish youngsters
A festival in Southern Turkey is bringing together Syrian and Turkish families
World Refugee Day: Similar people, different lives
Amal has lost everything. That could have hit me or you as well. Please do not look away. Please listen to Amal’s story.
When home becomes a suitcase for millions of Syrians
Like millions of Syrians, Najlaa and her family have been displaced several times by conflict.
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.