Typhoon Haiyan: A letter from Jinky
Jinky Calub, aged 17, tragically lost her father during the typhoon, as well as her home and any source of income. CARE was there to support her.
Azraq camp, six months on
CARE's team leader at Azraq refugee camp reflects on the lessons learned - and the achievements - of the first six months since the camp opened.
The Philippines, one year after Typhoon Haiyan
Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest storms ever recorded, hit the Philippines on 8 November 2013. CARE is still there to help people rebuild their lives.
Without its farmers, South Sudan is close to famine
The theme for this year’s World Food Day is ‘family farming’ but there’s not a lot to celebrate in South Sudan where the spectre of famine looms large.
Tackling GBV in Rwanda: One couple’s story
The genocide in Rwanda still casts a long shadow, but one couple are showing how to tackle the legacy of gender-based violence.
The families behind the frontline in Kobane
As the numbers of Syrian refugees mounts, we must not become immune to the individual stories of pain and loss.
CARE scaling up response to Ebola
“We are fighting an invisible enemy, and as a developing country just emerging from years in civil war, we can’t get enough help right now to stop this virus.”
Walk In Her Shoes: Jacqueline Wilson & Helen Pankhurst
Bestselling author Jacqueline Wilson teamed up with Dr Helen Pankhurst and her daughter Laura in support of CARE's work to empower women and girls.