6th Jan 2017
Lilan* is a 4 year old refugee currently living in the Subotica refugee camp on the Serbian side of the Serbian/Hungary border.
1st Dec 2016
Nyanjan Gew, 50, walked two hours to Mankien, Unity State, South Sudan to buy soap. She will stay for two days with relatives in Mankien. .A bar of soap that used to cost 12ssp now cost 20ssp.“Prices have risen so much that you can’t buy a mosquito net unless you ...
17th Nov 2016
Dolphine Aluocho Ele, 49 years old and a widow, writes a receipt in her shop that sells spare parts for motor bikes near Bondo, Kenya. Dolphine is Chairperson of the Nango Women's Association that is part of the GL and S programme. (Photo: Kate Holt/CARE)
10th Nov 2016
Nyemai Makuot has year old twins. When she arrived at the local government health clinic that is supported by CARE in Mankien, South Sudan, the twins were severely malnourished and given Plumpy-Nut to supplement their diet (Photo: Josh Estey/ CARE)
3rd Nov 2016
Prior to the drought, women spent up to 2 hours per day collecting water for household consumption. The extended nature of the drought has meant women have had to spend in excess of 6 hours searching for and transporting water to their homes.
7th Sep 2016
Bedryyah, 47, is a Syrian refugee that came to Jordan with nothing. She is now not only feeding her eight children, but also her community. She has her own catering business, and from her own simple small kitchen, she’s selling her tasty food. Photo: Prtic /CARE.
24th Aug 2016
20 liters is too heavy for a young girl like Filani. She is tired and weak, as she has not eaten anything since the night before. Photo: Johanna Mitscherlich/CARE.
12th Aug 2016
"In Syria, I worked for the Ministry of Education. I was first in my class – my bachelor degree was in education curriculum. We knew we had to leave Homs when there was no electricity, no water." Hanadi, 33, from rural Homs, now living in Amman. Photo: Mary Kate MacIsaac/CARE.
9th Aug 2016
Wilma Delima holds dead flowers due to a failed harvest in Philippines. She wants to use the money for selling flowers to invest in her children's education. (Photo: Peter Caton/CARE)
27th Jul 2016
Dadiva lives with her sisters and grandmother. “I take the water canister to school with me and on my way back I fill it up and bring back the water. My grandmother gave me a little cart, because otherwise it is too heavy to carry.” (Photo: Johanna Mitscherlich/CARE)
14th Jul 2016
Over 2.8 million people have been displaced by the war in Yemen. Many have lost everything including family members and homes. CARE provides emergency cash to displaced families so they can buy food and pay rent in their temporary homes. Photo: Holly Frew/CARE.
8th Jul 2016
After over two years of fighting, one of the biggest challenges now facing South Sudan is lack of food with one in three people not having enough to eat. For Nyahok's family this means that instead of eating three times a day, they now only eat once or twice. Photo: Lucy Beck/CARE.
8th Jun 2016
Sunita Gurung along with her husband ram Krishna Gurung runs a hotel in their village. Their shop is specially famous for momos (Meat dumpling) “We can serve clean water to our customers without worrying about the health hazards of my customers” . Photo: Grishma Aryal/CARE.
1st Feb 2016
Cousins Malek (left) and Hazmeh (center) live together with their families and grandfather (right) in a crowded apartment. Photo: Mahmoud Shabeeb/CARE.
21st Jan 2016
Kimiya Amedu (26), was one of hundreds of people to receive food rations at a monthly distribution organized by CARE in collaboration with the Ethiopian government in December 2015. Photo: Anders Nordstoga/CARE.
11th Jan 2016
Rania, Hana and Ghosoun now meet in Jordan to exchange news about loved ones in Syria. Photo: Lucy Beck/CARE.
11th Dec 2015
Luli sells groceries in her shop in the village of Haro Shiikh, Somaliland. Photo: Johanna Mitscherlich/CARE.
10th Dec 2015
Women sit outside a CARE-supported health facility in Unity State, South Sudan. Photo: Robinah Baseka/CARE.
2nd Nov 2015
Bas and her grandchildren are among the 1.5 million displaced in Northern Iraq. Photo: Jacqueline Dürre/CARE.
16th Jul 2015
VSLAs have a positive impact on the health of families. Photo: Nicolas Axelrod/CARE.
5th May 2015
Rahamatou Ousmane is hosting forty of her relatives after they fled violence in Nigeria. They now benefit from food rations to make ends meet. Photo: Frederic Courbet/CARE.
2nd Apr 2015
Families are concerned with the lack of fresh food available, particularly for their children. PHOTO: CARE/Bohane
15th Mar 2015
In South Sudan women make up 60 percent of the population.
12th Mar 2015
Four years of conflict have left millions of people in despair.