Myanmar refugees: The story of a 10-year-old girl
Roida is 10 years old. She fled from Myanmar with her family. This is her story.
World Day for Decent Work: Heard, respected, paid
World Day for Decent Work: thanks to a CARE project in Cambodia, female construction workers finally feel that they can work safely.
DEC appeal: What is it like in refugee camps right now?
CARE’s Zia Choudhury describes the situation on the ground in refugee camps in Bangladesh – and why the DEC emergency appeal is so important.
Myanmar refugee crisis: CARE distributes hot food
CARE Bangladesh has been distributing cooked food to over 3,500 people, especially women and children, living in different makeshift camps.
Ayesha’s story: “Please help us”
It was a regular, everyday morning in Ayesha’s village in Myanmar. Suddenly, they were running for their lives.
Myanmar refugee crisis: Women and children need help
Women and children we spoke to in Balukhali refugee camp tell us they are in a desperate situation.
Myanmar refugee crisis: Fleeing from violence into chaos
More than 400,000 people who have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar are facing desperate conditions in refugee camps.
A journey across drought-affected South Sudan and Somalia
Read how CARE (with funding from the DEC and UKaid) is helping people affected by drought in East Africa.