What’s it like being a girl in a refugee crisis?
This International Day of the Girl, a new CAREreport reveals which refugee crises around the world are most dangerous for girls.
Indonesia tsunami: “We are in urgent need of help”
A mother from Palu, Sulawesi, describes the chaos and urgent needs following the earthquake and tsunami.
Nigeria crisis: “No-one has ever asked me to tell my story”
My name is Falmata Ali from northeast Nigeria. I am fighting for my children to grow up.
Myanmar refugee women: A space for hope
Noor Hasina is a regular visitor to CARE's women-friendly space in Jamtoli refugee camp in Bangladesh.
This refugee is fighting back against sexual violence
Pema was a victim of rape and a child bride. Now a refugee in Uganda, she is helping CARE protect others against sexual violence.
Lombok earthquakes: afraid to go home
Thousands across Lombok, Indonesia, are sleeping in tents following a series of earthquakes and aftershocks.
One year after fleeing Myanmar, Rahama finds inspiration in Bangladesh
A year after arriving in Bangladesh, 12-year-old Rahama is enjoying playing with friends in the women-friendly space set up by CARE Bangladesh
Man on a mission: A lifetime committed to protecting the rights of women and girls
CARE South Sudan's Patrick Vuonze has dedicated his life to protecting the rights of women and girls.