Ambitions in White Paper on Global Development must be matched with adequate resourcesRead more
There is a lot to applaud in the FCDO’s new White Paper, but it must be matched with adequate resources to reach the most marginalised.
Latest research shows aid cuts disproportionately affected spending on gender equality and support for women's rights organisationsRead more
New research by CARE International UK and Development Initiatives finds that UK aid that includes gender equality aims was disproportionately affected by aid cuts.
World Leaders urged to address Yemen’s humanitarian funding crisis ahead of UNGARead more
Almost 100 international and national organisations working in Yemen have urged World Leaders to address the country’s dire humanitarian funding crisis. After more than eight years of conflict, over 21.6 million Yemenis have recognised humanitarian needs.
Girls' education in SomaliaRead more
CARE International’s Adolescent Girls’ Education in Somalia (AGES) project aims to increase access to education for extremely marginalised girls in Somalia who face multiple barriers to education.
As hunger hits households in Yemen, major new initiative announced to address food insecurityRead more
The UK Government has announced a major new initiative to respond to the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, delivered by a consortium of NGOs including CARE International in Yemen.
Syria and Turkey Earthquakes: CARE delivering critical emergency assistance to communities in need on both sides of the borderRead more
CARE has delivered life-saving emergency assistance to some communities in the most-hard hit regions in both southern Turkey and northwest Syria since the onset of the February 6 earthquake.
#HungryForAction: 2,400 lives lost in East Africa every dayRead more
Today, anti-poverty charities lined up thousands of shoes in Trafalgar Square as a stark representation of the number of lives currently being lost daily in East Africa due to the hunger crisis.