March 20, 2012, was a day like any other spring day. The day was bright and sunny; the trees were sprouting new green leaves; the flowers were in full bloom; and the birds were singing sweet melodies with joyous hearts. I, however, could not find solace in the warmth of the sun, the beauty of t
Continuing conflict and start of rainy season put women and their children at risk of starvation
Hazan has fled from Syria a few days ago. Now she volunteers in CARE’s community center in Azraq.
Hani is eleven years old. For the past two weeks he has been working in a vegetable store in Mafraq.
Report: CARE warns of a growing scourge of sexual violence against women and girls in South Sudan conflict
OSLO, Norway – As the world’s donors and governments gather in Olso, Norway tomorrow to discuss how best to respond to the conflict and looming food crisis in South Sudan, CARE International warns of a wave of sexual violence that is worsening as the emergency in the country dee
Three years ago, the world witnessed the birth of a new nation, as the people of South Sudan united in eager, hopeful anticipation. People sang independence songs, and a huge clock in the centre of Juba, the capital, counted down the days. Today, the picture is quite different.
OSLO, Norway – In a disappointing result to the Oslo donor conference, the world’s donors have missed a critical opportunity to help avert disaster in South Sudan.
Six months After Typhoon Haiyan, CARE Is Expanding Efforts to Help Survivors Rebuild Their Homes and Livelihoods
ATLANTA — Six months after Typhoon Haiyan slammed the central Philippines, the global humanitarian organization CARE is expanding its efforts to help survivors rebuild their homes and livelihoods.