CARE and other 29 NGOs called on the international community to redouble their efforts to support both a long-term truce and a full and equitably funded humanitarian response in Yemen, in order to allow people to rebuild and recover their lives.
Here, we highlight the perspective of some of CARE’s women-led partner organizations working on the humanitarian response to the Ukraine War and call for increased support and inclusion of these actors in decision-making processes
Together with other 30 NGOs, CARE calls on the United Nations Security Council to renew the Syria cross-border resolution, which authorizes the UN to deliver life-saving aid to millions of Syrians in need
This report highlights case studies and lessons learned from 20 countries during COVID-19. The evidence shows that we must invest in gender equality in health systems to prepare for and respond to the next pandemic.
The sixth edition of “The World’s Most Under-Reported Crises” highlights the humanitarian crises that receive the least media coverage worldwide.
CARE has conducted regional and whole country Rapid Gender Analyses to better assess the needs amid the critical humanitarian emergency in Syria.
CARE International reflections and recommendations on ECHO's guidance on the promotion of equal partnerships with local responders
This Rapid Gender Analysis (RGA), carried out by UN Women and CARE International, seeks to draw attention to the gender dynamics in the humanitarian crisis resulting from the war in Ukraine. The RGA also proposes recommendations for humanitarian…
For the 811 million people around the globe living in hunger, the effects of the conflict in Ukraine represent another deeply alarming threat to their food security. Women, children, and other marginalized groups disproportionately bear the brunt of…