"They came with their gasoline and their matches."
How access to healthcare and family planning is helping Hadiza regain control after losing so much
“Worst conditions I have seen” in 20 years of working with refugees, says country director
The United Nations says it threatens to be the worst humanitarian crisis since 1945 but chances are you haven’t heard much about it. About 20 million people are at risk of starvation across four countries, mostly in Africa.
Uganda hosts one of the largest refugee populations in the world. Of the 1.2 million refugees in Uganda, 900,000 are South Sudanese.
WASHINGTON (July 10, 2017) – A delegation of policymakers and leaders from the public and private sectors traveled to Jordan with the global poverty-fighting organization CARE to see the positive reach and scope of U.S.
“This is the worst drought I’ve ever experienced in my entire lifetime”, says 50-year-old Asha, who left her home three months ago. Back in her village in Wadamagoo up in the mountains of Somaliland, she used to live happily with her husband, six children, 200 sheep and goats and 10 camels.
The Kuraneza project was a four-year child survival project implemented in four sectors (Kayenzi, Karama, Musambira and Nyarubaka) of...
Global Investments to End Maternal and Child Mortality in Guatemala
Findings from the CARE Learning Tour to Cambodia
This project was designed to help lessen the impact of HIV/AIDS on orphans and vulnerable children throughout Zambia.
Projet l’Espoir pour la Santé des Mères et Nouveaux Nés is a collaborative effort between CARE International and CARE Mali.
Use of mobile phone applications to promote access to obstetric and neonatal emergency care.
It is important to understand the challenging situation facing Nepal’s nearly 6.6 million women of reproductive age (ages 15–49).
Integrating Gender and Sexuality into Maternal and Newborn Health Programming through the Inner Spaces, Outer Faces Initiative.
CARE works with communities to improve the quality and accessibility of local health services for women and newborns.
We are beginning to see the results of our efforts in promoting, protecting and supporting optimal infant and young child feeding.
In January 2012, a high-level delegation, including U.S.
Among the most persistent challenges facing Bangladesh is child malnutrition.
Evidence points to the importance of programs that address risk factors that keep children from developing to their full potential.
Lack of nutritious food is a barrier to health and wellbeing for the most vulnerable, poor and marginalized people in the world.
CARE's Life Saving Interventions for Women and Girls in Haiti project has worked to protect earthquake-affected women and girls.
A poverty-fighting program in Bangladesh helps children grow and underscores the need to empower women and girls worldwide.