In the year since the United Nations declared a famine in parts of Somalia, much has been accomplished. Large-scale humanitarian interventions by CARE and other agencies have helped save many lives. But families still struggle to feed themselves, and remain highly vulnerable to future events such as poor harvests, conflict-related displacement or a rise in commodity prices. Many who survived the worst of the crisis have been left without the reserves to withstand further shocks.
CARE Haiti places strong emphasis on developing the principles of good governance in all its program sectors.
Three years after the worst earthquake in Haiti’s history, the massive task of recovery and reconstruction continues.
Baseline Assessment of Community-Identified Vulnerabilities among Syrian Refugees living in Irbid, Madaba, Mufraq, and Zarqa
CARE responds to dozens of disasters each year, reaching approximately 12 million people through our emergency programs.