Stories

Bangladesh: Rebuilding livelihoods and food security after floods

With funding from DFID, CARE has helped over 18,000 households affected by floods to recover and become more self-sufficient.

Bangladesh: A brief journey into the garment workers’ world

It is nine o'clock at night and I find myself being directed down a bamboo walkway in the crazily crowded urban sprawl that is Dhaka...

Congratulations to our London Marathon runners

Thank you and congratulations to all our wonderful London Marathon runners. You’re an inspiration to us all.

Educating girls in Afghanistan

Since 1994, CARE’s community-based education programme in Afghanistan has helped 120,000 students, 66% of whom are girls. A student in Khost province describes her experiences...

Helping domestic workers stand up for their rights

Domestic workers have long been invisible and voiceless - but CARE is helping them stand up for their rights.

Rwanda: Meet Maida, the supercharged entrepreneur

“When 30 heads meet together you have 30 ideas to improve your life.”

Rwanda: Business heats up for chilli farmer Marie

The 1994 genocide in Rwanda took Marie Consolee’s husband and child. For almost 20 years, it also took her hope.

South Sudan: Helping the sick and the hungry

The outbreak of violence in South Sudan did not stop CARE from helping people hit by displacement and chaos.

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