Stories

Burkina Faso: Does anyone care about our lives?

Conflict in Burkina Faso means thousands have fled their homes and are living in tent camps.

Yemen: War and poverty are what make cholera a killer

What does cholera mean for people already weakened by hunger and made vulnerable by conflict?

Yemen airstrikes: They will never wake up again

A heartfelt plea for an end to conflict in Yemen as airstrikes kill an innocent family.

Cyclone Kenneth: Thousands suffer as torrential rains bring down homes

Afia had just moved into her new house when Cyclone Kenneth hit. Now she has lost everything.

CARE mourns deaths of three colleagues killed in Afghanistan bombing

A tribute to our CARE Afghanistan colleagues Safiullah Ebadi, Mohammad Waqif, and Mohammad Asif Frotan.

Cyclone Kenneth: Women and children bear the brunt

Mothers like Nhamu in Mozambique are watching their children go hungry as they wait for help after Cyclone Kenneth.

Syria crisis: Five years in a refugee camp

Aysha and her family arrived in Azraq refugee camp five years ago. They have been there ever since.

Cyclone Idai: People are still in desperate need

One month after Cyclone Idai hit, people in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe are still in desperate need of help.

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