BAGHDAD—(November 17, 2016)-- Today marks one month of intensified military operations to retake the city of Mosul.
Women and girls face greatest risks / Additional funding needed to meet refugees’ needs in Dadaab
Cleaning public toilets is not a pleasant task, regardless where you are. But for Janay Issack it is twice as hard.
South Sudan is one of the most logistically challenging countries for healthcare in the world. Bad roads, continued conflict and soaring prices all make the provision of medical services and transporting of medicines extremely difficult.
To meet 25-year-old Regina Kumara you would think she was like any other young woman her age – happily playing with her young daughter Paska. You would have no idea that just over three months ago massive tragedy and disaster visited her and her family.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti—(November 4, 2016)-- It’s been one month since Hurricane Matthew ripped through Haiti, devastating the southern part of the country.
The war in Syria rages on and Aleppo is the center of raining airstrikes with civilians continuously caught in the crossfire.
JUBA, South Sudan—(November 2,2016)-- CARE welcomes over the report published today looking into the UN Mission in South Sudan’s (UNMISS) failure to a