Photo essay: Women farmers around the world Women produce half of the world’s food, yet they’re often lacking the same access to resources—like tools, knowledge, access to markets—that men have. When you support women farmers around the world, you’re not only improving their lives, but the lives of their families and communities for generations to…Read More
In Nepal, CARE supports diverse community groups, attended by men, women, local police and youth, to set goals that create lasting change. Together they tackle issues like domestic violence, child marriage and suicide.Read More
On March 14, Cyclone Idai struck the coast of Mozambique near the city of Beira, bringing winds exceeding 175 km/h, torrential rains and flooding.
Photographer Josh Estey joined CARE’s team in the affected region days after the storm. Below are a few photos of the impact and survivors.Read More
When a major natural disaster or conflict breaks out, it usually grabs the world’s attention. While these large scale emergencies might dominate the headlines, there are many others happening around the world which barely make the news. Here is our list of the five most under-reported humanitarian crises of 2018:Read More
For children in most countries around the globe, the month of September means back to school. It’s the time of the year that children of all ages, being naturally hungry to learn, are excited to see their old classmates and meet their new teachers. But going to school is not easy for everyone. In times…Read More
Maly works as a line leader at a busy garment factory in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She is 8 months pregnant with her second child, and as you can imagine, sometimes her job can be very tiring and demanding. But there are perks of working at her company, and she has joined CARE’s contraceptive training program…Read More