Stories

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.

Typhoon Haiyan: Rebuilding their own homes and communities

Aileen Militante's husband Edgar earns a living helping build other people's homes as a carpenter.

Typhoon Haiyan: Building back safer

For Rolando Creado, 64, the safest place was to head to the mountains when Typhoon Haiyan hit.

Syrian refugees: “One meal a day is all we can afford”

Sabra in Beirut, Lebanon, is home to a new wave of refugees: families fleeing the conflict in Syria.

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