Women and girls
How Ethiopian women are creating a future that is female
Tanugt is one of a group of 20 women who have come together to take control of their lives.
'Our only home is gone, in the blink of an eye'
More than three months after the devastating earthquake and tsunami struck Sulawesi, Indonesia, survivors are still picking up the pieces
“No one dares harass women anymore” - tackling sexual harassment at work
We follow up with Arunny*, who experienced sexual harassment at work, to see how things have changed.
Children like Balki deserve a Life to Live
As many as one in three young children in the Sahel region suffer from malnutrition. Please help give them a Life to Live.
What’s it like being a girl in a refugee crisis?
This International Day of the Girl, a new CAREreport reveals which refugee crises around the world are most dangerous for girls.
Nigeria crisis: “No-one has ever asked me to tell my story”
My name is Falmata Ali from northeast Nigeria. I am fighting for my children to grow up.
Myanmar refugee women: A space for hope
Noor Hasina is a regular visitor to CARE's women-friendly space in Jamtoli refugee camp in Bangladesh.
This refugee is fighting back against sexual violence
Pema was a victim of rape and a child bride. Now a refugee in Uganda, she is helping CARE protect others against sexual violence.