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.
EMPOWERING WOMEN & GIRLS
One of the root causes of poverty is women and girls' lack of control over their lives. But once empowered by education, economic opportunity or choice, a woman can be a catalyst for positive change in her community.
RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES
In times of conflict or disaster, we address immediate survival needs directly following an emergency — and help individuals, families and communities rebuild their lives in the weeks, months and years to come.
FIGHTING WORLD HUNGER
Hunger is one of the most devastating, widespread epidemics in the world, affecting nearly 900 million people, many of them children. CARE helps people get the food they need to survive, and promotes sustainable solutions to hunger.
Good health is a basic human right. Whether we’re providing access to clean water, HIV & AIDS education, family planning or maternity services, CARE helps build a healthy foundation for safety, survival and success.
For the 57 million children — most of them girls — out of school worldwide, an education can mean the difference between life and death. Early marriage, child labor and poor educational quality are just some of the barriers CARE fights to help children go to school.
DEVELOPING BUSINESS LEADERS
Our economic development programs foster entrepreneurial spirits and teach sound financial habits for women and families, while connecting business owners with the resources and information they need to succeed in a competitive market.
ADVOCATING FOR CHANGE
In order to bring about lasting change, we work with local, national and international governments to support and enact policies that address the underlying causes of poverty.
FIGHTING POVERTY, DEFENDING DIGNITY
All people, everywhere in the world, have the right to a life of dignity. This means a life free from poverty, violence, discrimination or human rights violations.