As climate change brings ever extreme weather to Vanuatu, women are leading their communities to rebuild after disasterRead more
We speak to Lina and Marie, two women from Vanuatu who have taken on roles as Shelter Focal Points to lead their communities in the recovery from Cyclones Judy and Kevin.
Truce in Gaza: Time to breathe, time to mournRead more
Saaed Rafiq Al-Madhoun, Gaza’s Emergency Response Coordinator, reports from Gaza after a weekend of relative calm during a pause in the fighting.
Climate change is sexist: World leaders must act at COP28Read more
"We need the world's leaders to take action on climate change because it affects us all. Tomorrow may be too late.” - Josselyn, Ecuador
Meet a ‘womanitarian’: Abeba - "Stand on the side of Tigrayan women"Read more
In her work at the Women’s Association of Tigray (WAT), Abeba Hailesilassie helps to support survivors of gender-based violence and promotes women’s leadership in decision-making.
Days without water in Gaza, nights of darkness and fearRead more
Finding food is a critical issue, but one of the most critical for everyone in Gaza – whether in a house or in one of the United Nations shelters – is also one of the most basic: access to clean water.
Meet GenAdapt: Phong’s storyRead more
Phong is a mother of three and a farmer in Vietnam. Extreme weather has led to crop loss, leaving her family with little income and not enough to eat - but she is finding ways to adapt to the impact of climate change.
This is what climate changes looks like: Once-in-a-century floods are ravaging SomaliaRead more
After five consecutive failed rainy seasons, rain finally began to fall in Somalia early October. But within weeks, the seasonal rainfall became a series of flash floods.
Fennie’s story: “I have never witnessed something like this, until now.”Read more
Fennie has lived through a great deal in her 85 years, but she has never seen such extreme changes in the weather. When flooding destroyed her home in Zambia, she lost everything.
"All aspects of life have been lost,” say CARE staff inside GazaRead more
It has been four weeks since the attacks in the Gaza Strip began. From their shelters in the south of Gaza, CARE's employees tell of an unsustainable situation.
The latest from Gaza: “Something out of a horror film”Read more
When the blackout came, the next 36 hours For people in Gaza and the West Bank— many enduring heavy airstrikes without internet, cellular service, water, or electricity — were harrowing.