In Eastern Ghouta, I came across a structure with smoke rising from it. Inside, a 45-year-old woman sat with her three children and elderly husband, who was unable to move, looking out through the opening where the door should have been. Outside, a young man with a cart hurried in our direction.
Three years of war have left Yemen damaged and paralyzed. Nowadays, everything you hear about Yemen is conflict, division, food crisis and cholera. People around the world are wondering how Yemenis are still able to cope with this extended crisis and how it affects every aspect of life.
Harande means “Food Security” in Peulh, a local language in Mali. Its goal is food security, but it goes beyond that. Harande helps communities build resilience and the skills they need to build lives that can withstand the frequent shocks in their lives.
SANA’A, Yemen (March 9, 2018) — More than 3.25 million women of reproductive age in Yemen face increased health and protection risks, warns international humanitarian organization CARE.
CARE International recently developed a guidance document for the International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD) on how to design smallholder agriculture adaptation programmes that consider the differential impacts of climate change on women, men and you
While humanitarian needs are exploding, aid flow has drastically decreased; 1 million people risk starvation
The competition is the culmination of CARE’s Scale X Design Accelerator, which quickens the pace at which innovative programs reach scale