Stories

CARE works with individuals and communities in more than 90 countries around the world.

At the heart of CARE's work is our dedication to defending dignity and fighting poverty by empowering the world's greatest resource for change – women and girls.

Feb 24, 2017 | CARE Program Officers Evelyne Morin and Sarah Anderson show how, with a little help from CARE, women and girls, men and boys are all working together to prevent child, early and forced marriage in Benin and Mali.
Feb 2, 2017 | Nadima Haydar is putting a wrench in gender stereotypes as a female plumber in Berseve 1 displaced persons camp in Northern Iraq. CARE's Maxime Michel shares her story.
Jan 25, 2017 | Jobeda went from being a child herself to being a wife to being an expectant mother - all in less than one year.
Jan 13, 2017 | "Every winter, we suffer." Barsha, like so many other refugees, is trying to survive the harsh realities of winter without enough of the provisions she needs.
Jan 4, 2017 | "My most cherished wish is for peace to return to Syria and for the rest of the world to be safe. Living in peace is the most important thing." A Syrian father’s wish for the New Year
Dec 23, 2016 | Read this inspiring a letter we recently received from a donor who received an original CARE Package in 1947.
Dec 22, 2016 | How are the holidays spent around the world? This time of year represents a time of celebration for many people – from Canada to South Sudan, it’s a time to be with friends and family in joy and peace. Check out some of traditions that take place in some of the countries we work in during the holidays:
Dec 21, 2016 | There is no question about it – the past twelve months have seen their fair share of crises and uncertainties. Our President and CEO, Gillian Barth, shares her reflections on 2016 with you.
Dec 20, 2016 | CARE’s Sabine Wilke was recently in Serbia where CARE is supporting refugees who have been stranded when European borders closed. As winter and the holiday season begins, Sabine describes the difficulties of life as a refugee, but also the hope that remains and how organizations like CARE are making a difference.

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