Suffering in Silence: A life nearly lost to Ebola
Nadej survived Ebola during the outbreak in the DRC and is now helping to educate others about the disease.
Syrian refugees in Turkey: How sharing information changes lives
Across south-eastern Turkey, CARE is training Syrian refugees to help other refugees settle and build lives in their new communities.
How Ethiopian women are creating a future that is female
Tanugt is one of a group of 20 women who have come together to take control of their lives.
'Our only home is gone, in the blink of an eye'
More than three months after the devastating earthquake and tsunami struck Sulawesi, Indonesia, survivors are still picking up the pieces
A year in the life of CARE: 10 highlights of 2018
Thanks to our wonderful supporters, CARE in 2018 has been saving lives, fighting poverty and helping women and girls fulfil their potential.
Yemen: We can only do our best
“People can’t feed their children” - read this heartbreaking blog by a CARE field officer in Yemen
“No one dares harass women anymore” - tackling sexual harassment at work
We follow up with Arunny*, who experienced sexual harassment at work, to see how things have changed.
Two different ways to die in Yemen
Killed by an airstrike or dying from hunger: these are the possibilities faced every day by millions of Yemeni people.