Ethiopia: How CARE helps farmers grow more
Poor farmers affected by food insecurity are growing more and eating more healthily thanks to the GRAD programme. Here are some of their stories.
Ethiopia: Finding solutions to water problems
CARE has been working to provide clean water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) to communities in the highlands of Ethiopia for over eight years.
Challenging male attitudes: Laura Bates’ diary from Kosovo
Laura Bates, founder of the Everyday Sexism Project, describes her visit to Kosovo to see CARE’s work teaching young men about gender equality.
‘Be a Man’: Changing male attitudes in the Balkans
Participants in the Young Men Initiative talk about how attitudes are changing in the new generation of young men in the Balkans.
What the boys do: The Young Men Initiative in the Balkans
What do the boys who take part in the Young Men Initiative actually do?
Supporting South Sudan’s most vulnerable refugees
Steven Gai fled to Uganda from fighting in South Sudan. He arrived alone, in a broken wheelchair he had been using for 10 years.
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...