CARE calls for the immediate support of millions of Syrian refugees so they can protect themselves from the cold weather in the coming months.
CARE is providing food, shelter and other lifesaving essentials to survivors of the storm, which affected 11.24 million people, displaced 4.1 million and killed thousands of men, women and children.
An estimated 1,000 villages, towns and cities in India's Odisha and Andhra Pradesh states have been left without electricity after Cyclone Phailin destroyed nearly seven-and...
Leader of global humanitarian organization visits CARE's work, meets Jordan's Queen Rania and Prime Minister
New partnership extends multi-year, multi-country program that has helped more than 100,000 people improve their livelihoods
CARE calls for peaceful political resolution to the conflict
Former President Bill Clinton saw first-hand the impact of savings-led microfinance program Banking on Change, after visiting a community group taking control of its...
Poverty-Fighting Organization Underscores Importance of Follow-through by Garment Industry, Others
DAR ES SALAAM (July 2, 2013) - The global poverty-fighting organization CARE welcomed first lady Michelle Obama, former first lady Laura Bush and other dignitaries to the...
International humanitarian and advocacy groups: Congress‘s failure to pass Farm Bill food aid reform amendment will not deter progress
Lawmakers fail to approve reforms to feed millions more people and reduce the deficit
Long-term vision and committed funding urgently needed from international community as flow of Syrian refugees continues.