DRC Humanitarian Crisis

An escalation in violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo adds to the enormous needs of one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world today, in which women are particularly at risk of rape and sexual violence. 

11/2/17

Running a Health Center in a Conflict Zone

In the past year, more than 1.4 million people had to flee their homes because of continuous armed conflict in Mbujimayi, in the Oriental Kasai province in the Democratic Republic of Congo. 

8/31/17

Deployment Diary: Trouble in Paradise

A CARE staffer on the front lines opens his diaries in this three-part series

8/31/17

Deployment Diary: A Few Bumps in the Road

A CARE staffer on the front lines opens his diaries in this three-part series

8/31/17

Deployment Diary: Conducting health training in a conflict zone

A CARE staffer on the front lines opens his diaries in this three-part series

10/7/13

Gender-based violence and war

Throughout recent history, violence against women and girls has been a part of armed conflict. Women and girls are killed, injured, widowed and orphaned.

9/27/13

In Search of Shelter: Mapping the Effects of Climate Change on Human Migration and Displacement

Governments and other stakeholders are meeting in Bonn, Germany, from June 1-12, 2009 to decide what issues to include in the world's next climate change agreement which may be settled as early as December in Copenhagen.

8/18/13

CARE International: What It’s Like to be a Humanitarian Aid Worker in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

World Humanitarian Day, CARE International aid worker Rose Vive Lobo writes about her work helping survivors of sexual violence in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo

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