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Plantain and Potato chips

Plantain and Potato chips

 20th May 2019

Andrea Jimenez started selling fruit as a young girl to help her mother; work and family have always been a joint venture for her. While she was a high school student and all through her university years Andrea kept working and helping her family sell plantain and potato chips. 

When tears don't even scratch the surface

When tears don't even scratch the surface

 1st Apr 2019

The 60-year-old was sitting in front of one of the tents that CARE set up for displaced families on an empty ground that used to be a football field. Like everyone else in the camp, she had lost her home in the aftermath of the cyclone. But, even worse, it ...

Aerial View of Cyclone Idai Aftermath

Aerial View of Cyclone Idai Aftermath

 17th Mar 2019


Praia Nova Village was one of the most affected neighborhoods in Beira. Being a located on the coast, this shanty town of loosely built homes were extremely vulnerable to the high winds and rain. Following the cyclone families are returning trying to pick up the pieces of their lives. 

Rickshaw Rally

Rickshaw Rally

 10th Mar 2019

CARE Bangladesh organized a vibrant rickshaw rally for celebrating International Women’s Day. 

Baked with Love

Baked with Love

 7th Jan 2019

“Can you smell the bread? Sometimes I taste one and I can believe I’m the one who has made it!”.Hector Demetrio is 57 years old and has worked his entire life as a farmer in Peru. Credit: Ana Caroline de Lima/ CARE.

Crafting with CARE

Crafting with CARE

 7th Jan 2019

“My inspiration comes from God. He has made all this beautiful things in nature. Look at the sea. It’s free and available to all of us.” Herlinda is a 45 years old artisan from Puerto Pizarro, northern Peru who has been working with marine crafts for the last 10 years. ...

Lend with CARE

Lend with CARE

 UK
 13th Dec 2018

The photograph on display showcases the work of CARE International UK's Women's Economic Empowerment work through our micro-lending platform, Lendwithcare.org. 

Film School in a Refugee Camp

Film School in a Refugee Camp

 26th Nov 2018

Fatima, Abir, and Ghaida all participated in the Azraq Film School, through which 25 participants helped create short, documentary style films presenting stories of fellow refugees at the Azraq Camp in Jordan. Credit: Emily Milton / CARE.

Tsunami Survivors in Indonesia

Tsunami Survivors in Indonesia

 26th Nov 2018

A boy collects water near a temporary shelter for survivors of the earthquake and tsunami. Donggala, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. October 15, 2018. Credit: Fauzan Ijazah/CARE.

Brothers in Ar(t)s

Brothers in Ar(t)s

 4th Oct 2018

Antonia Mas Tzaput, 13, is watched closely by her younger brother Francisco Tzaput, 5, as she cuts out patterns as part of her art project. When not in school young girls are often responsible for looking after their younger siblings. CARE staff met at Escuela Sacasiguan for an art class with ...

Seeding the Way

Seeding the Way

 4th Oct 2018

Maria Ajtzalam Guachiac prepares a bed for planting. Members of the Pacaman women's group prepare a small garden plot for the crop they will be planting today. They are growing broccoli, onion, cauliflower and cabbage. CARE staff traveled to the remote community of Pacaman, and saw community farms led by ...

International Day of the Girl

International Day of the Girl

 4th Oct 2018

Priyanka Gutam (left, 12) and a fellow student work on their drawings as part of a two day art exercise with CARE USA staff. They are creating pieces of art for the "International Day of the Girl" art exhibition in Atlanta, GA. This exhibit also marked CARE's 20th anniversary in ...

Training returnees in carpentry in Gore (South of chad)

Training returnees in carpentry in Gore (South of chad)

 21st Jul 2018

Training returnees in carpentry in Gore (South of chad)

Manufacture of improved ovens in Gore (South of Chad)

Manufacture of improved ovens in Gore (South of Chad)

 20th Jul 2018

Manufacture of improved ovens in Gore (south of Chad)

Empowering Women Through Contraception

Empowering Women Through Contraception

 9th Jul 2018

"I now take the contraceptive pill every day. If I'd know about this ontraceptive method before, I could have used it before falling pregnant." Photo: CARE

"All I want is peace"

 7th Apr 2018

Gloria, a refugee in Uganda, was asked if she plans to return to her home in the DRC. All she wants is peace, but she says “DRC will never have peace – if there’s no war today, there’s war tomorrow.” Photo: CARE/Thomas Markert

Laughter in Times of Crisis

Laughter in Times of Crisis

 15th Mar 2018

CARE is providing psychosocial support to children in Niger by bringing laughs and fun to those affected by the Diffa crisis. Photo: Ollivier Girard

Making Refugee Camps Women Friendly

Making Refugee Camps Women Friendly

 16th Jan 2018

In Bangladesh, CARE has established Women Friendly Shelters. These are community spaces where women living in refugee camps can relax and share with each other. Photo: Nancy Farese/CARE

You’re stronger than you realize

You’re stronger than you realize

 14th Feb 2017

“My message for other girls around the world is to keep strong. Keep perfecting yourself. Whatever happens, don’t feel weak. Hold onto your strength. You’re stronger than you realize”. -Rayan, 12, from Deir ez Zor, now living in Azraq refugee camp, Jordan

Lilan and the Camera

Lilan and the Camera

 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.  

Blue Eyes

Blue Eyes

 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 ...

Spare parts

Spare parts

 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)

Plumpy-Nut

Plumpy-Nut

 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)

A 6 hour walk for water

A 6 hour walk for water

 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.

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