Humanitarian organizations are being forced to make the impossible call to prioritize amongst the hungry
Humanitarian organizations called for continued assistance for Typhoon Odette survivors amid a rise in dengue infections in affected areas
New CARE report: COVID-19’s impact on the lives of women and girls has rolled back progress on gender equality by a generation
The work represents the first steps towards CARE's Vision 2030: supporting 200 million people to overcome poverty and social injustice
We urge you to ensure the publication of a complete list of perpetrators of grave violations that is evidence-based and accurately reflects data collected and verified by the United Nations Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism (MRM).
To access the communities affected by drought and unreachable due to insecurity and poor road infrastructure, CARE International in Kenya adopted an existing fintech platform to disburse cash transfers.
'At this rate, it will be difficult even for the international aid supply chain to survive as the assistance package will increase further and dependability on international aid will be massive'
Unprecedented weather events such as this flash flood are becoming more frequent in Bangladesh, making it seventh in the world’s most climate change affected countries
The number of acutely malnourished children admitted to CARE-supported health facilities has increased by 60% during the first four months of 2022 compared to the same period in 2021.