ShareTweetShare+1Email India: How one woman’s traumatic birth experience inspired her to help other mothers May 2, 2019 Manju gave birth to her third child on the side of the road, one mile from the nearest health facilities. She was bleeding heavily, but with no access to ambulance service and with winter roads nearly impassable, it…Read More
Despite the massive destruction of property, no one in Jina’s village died from Cylone Idai’s flooding, which has killed at least 60 people in other parts of Malawi. The community was prepared.Read More
As CARE Canada’s senior gender advisor, I have a keen interest in ending inequality. Throughout my career, I have listened to and focused on working together with women around the world to amplify their voices and ensure they have a seat at the table.Read More
Our Safety and Security lead, Melanie Murphy, highlights some of the biggest risks when responding to an emergency and why it is important that CARE puts women and girls at the centre of our work.Read More
March 26 marks four years since the escalation of conflict in Yemen in 2015.
In four years the country has seen the worst cholera outbreak in history, a declaration of famine, and a crippled economy. There have been almost 20,000 airstrikes, over 70,000 people have died, 4 million have had to leave their homes behind, and now 80 per cent of the population requires humanitarian assistance – an increase of 10 per cent since 2018.