Women and girls

Nepal earthquake: Tackling violence gives hope to families

Counselling on gender-based violence has helped Kami Granden and her husband create a safer home for their children.

Nepal earthquake: Training local people to build back safer

Single mother Sunita was trained by CARE to build earthquake-resilient houses - and her work is much in demand.

Walk In Her Shoes – from charity to activism

The Walk In Her Shoes women’s day march was not just a celebration - it brought home how much we can do to change the lives of women and girls.

Meet Marah and the Speed Sisters - the world's first all-female racing team

With the support of her family and others including CARE International, Marah Zahalka is now part of the first all-female car-racing team in the Middle East.

International Women's Day: Walk In Her Shoes 2016

Relive CARE's women's day walk in London - the launch of Walk In Her Shoes 2016!

Why I’m taking baby Rosa on her first march for Mother’s Day

With a name like Rosa perhaps you’d think she has no choice – her namesakes Rosa Parks and Luxemburg were two revolutionary heroines in the fight for global justice and equality.

Yemen: Homeless in your own home

Thana Faroq, a Yemeni photographer working for CARE, tells the story of Nama'a and her family, fleeing from conflict and facing an uncertain future.

Child marriage in emergencies: A fatal mistake

Child marriage among the Syrian refugee community is seen as a way to ‘protect our girls’ - but it actually puts girls in danger.

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