CARE Yemen Communications Assistant Hind Abbas remembers better days in Yemen and shares her hopes for the future.
Miamuna is 18-years-old. She is living in a makeshift shelter in Gumdum informal settlement with her baby daughter (not yet named) and her husband Mohammed.
Lami Mahamadou is a 35-year-old mother of six. She had everything in life. Her husband, Issa Adamu, was a fisherman who made sure she never missed anything. She was living life to the fullest.
Ibtisam Shahid*, 35, is a mother of seven who lived in Nigeria, in a town not far from the border with Niger. She used to be a businesswoman, selling water, food, and small products. She had a few employees who helped her sell her items in the street.
SANA'A (Dec. 19, 2017) – After 1,000 days of conflict in Yemen with no end in sight, the international aid organization CARE is concerned at how the world’s largest humanitarian crisis has unfolded.
Yemeni Civilians Cannot Take Any More Suffering
4 page summary highlighting results so far from the Typhoon Haiyan Reconstruction Project, funded through Global Affairs Canada
Report: While there is a broad understanding of basic humanitarian needs in Southern Syria, there has been limited analysis of the...
Fact Sheet: While there is a broad understanding of basic humanitarian needs in Southern Syria, there has been limited analysis of the...
Eliminating the immediate suffering of Internally Displaced Persons in host communities
Innovative USAID-funded program that links food aid with building long-term food and nutrition security
Providing a means for survival for IDPs experiencing economic and humanitarian uncertainty
Addressing the urgent humanitarian needs of communities affected by communities in South Darfur
Lessons in peacebuilding and economic development in South Sudan.
A joint aid agency report calling on the international community to increase investment in long-term economic needs of countries...
A two-page report about CARE's response to the deadly earthquakes in Nepal in 2015.
September 22, 2015
Over the last five years, CARE has transitioned from post-earthquake emergency relief into programming aimed at addressing the...
Building Back Safer, Stronger - A Financial Update
Haiti Earthquake Emergency Response Fund - January 2010 – December 2014
The Case for Placing South Sudan’s Healthcare System at the Heart of the Humanitarian Response
One year later, CARE continues to reach needy families and communities affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
From Emergency Aid to "Build Back Safer"
On 16 September 2014, the northern Syrian town of Kobane came under siege. Since then, 188,000 refugees are reported to have flooded...
June 2012 through March 2014
This 12 page report on Gender-Based Violence in South Sudan, from May 2014, provides the results of interviews and research CARE is...
Fixing a food crisis and preventing a catastrophe in South Sudan - April 2014
CARE Jordan – Urban Syrian refugees and vulnerable host communities - April 2014
Urban Syrian refugees and Jordanian host communities three years into the Syria Crisis
June 2012 through March 2014
A handbook for aid practitioners and policymakers in disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation and poverty reduction
Update on CARE's Response to Typhoon Haiyan
The goal of CARE’s crisis response is to meet the immediate needs of the most vulnerable people, especially women and girls.
This paper briefly summarizes our analyses, options and directions on food resources and spending on food aid.
January to March 2014
Situation Report as of January 4, 2014
The impact of the Syrian crisis as shared by Syrians in Jordan
We call on donor governments to address the specific needs of women and girls affected by the crisis in Syria.
An assessment of Syrian refugees in Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon in August 2013.
CARE has responded to drought and food insecurity in the Horn of Africa with aid to approximately 2.8 million people.
In the year since the United Nations declared a famine in parts of Somalia, much has been accomplished.
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