CARE International launches its report, "The Most Under-Reported Humanitarian Crises of 2021," highlighting, for the sixth year in a row, the 10 crises that received little media attention in the year before. According to the United Nations, around 235…
The funding will provide program participants with transformational opportunities to improve economic opportunities, reduce hunger, and give voice to marginalized populations, including women and girls.
One year after Cyclone Idai left a trail of destruction across parts of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, nearly 100,000 people continue to live in makeshift shelters and are alarmingly vulnerable to future climate shocks.
Severe food insecurity rates across 9 southern African countries are 140% higher now than in 2018, primarily because people are being hit by weather extremes driven by climate change, according to Oxfam, CARE, Plan International and World Vision.
The effects of last month’s Cyclone Idai are threatening to bring a catastrophic hunger crisis compounded by the existing food insecurity across Southern Africa, CARE International experts warn.
Women and girls affected by last month’s destructive Cyclone Idai storm are facing serious health risks due to shortages of menstrual hygiene support, CARE experts have revealed.
CARE’s aid distributions in communities worst-affected by Cyclone Idai, are aimed at stemming the onset of a "second disaster" as experts warn of a cholera in Mozambique.
Countries in southern Africa have been hit by what is possibly the deadliest cyclone to date. Cyclone Idai has caused at least 150 deaths, and affected more than 1.5 million people.
Millions face hunger in Southern Africa as the hunger crisis enters its peak, warns the humanitarian aid organization CARE. The worst drought in 35 years has a continuous, devastating impact on the lives of 40 million people who are in urgent need of…