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.”
Yemen: Can you imagine what three years of war means?
What is life like for people in Yemen who have been forced from their homes because of the conflict?
When women no longer have to walk for water
For communities in Afar, Ethiopia, everything depends on access to water. Find out how CARE's project is helping women and girls.
World Water Day: How women farmers can overcome drought
On World Water Day, find out how CARE is helping women farmers in Tanzania grow more food, with less water.
Syria: what life is like after 7 years of war
What is life really like for Syria’s people after seven years of conflict? Three families tell their story.
Rabya’s story: How your donation helps girls go to school
Rabya in Ethiopia has overcome the stigma that was stopping her going to school during menstruation – thanks to CARE's UK Aid Match funded project.