A gender-sensitive response to COVID-19
Women and girls have been disproportionally impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic while playing a key role in responding to the health crisis. CARE has supported women-centered leadership, design and delivery of response and recovery policies.Read about our COVID-19 response
of the direct participants of our programs are women and girls.
of our staff members are from the country where they work.
of all our funds go directly to program services.
The ten most under-reported humanitarian crises in 2022 were all in Africa, according to CARE’s annual “Breaking the Silence” report. The report highlights the crises which received the least media attention over the course of the year.
CARE International is relieved by the United Nations Security Council vote to maintain humanitarian assistance for more than four million Syrians in the Northwest of the country.
On 10 January 2023, the UNSC will vote on UN cross-border aid into Syria through the Bab al-Hawa crossing on the border with Turkey. Failure to renew this would cut off the lifeline for over 4.6 million people in Northwest Syria.
Our Vision 2030
Together with our partners, we commit to supporting 200 million people from vulnerable communities to fight poverty and social injustice. To achieve this goal, gender equality sits at the heart of our work.Read CARE 2030 Goals