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

The best part of our work is sharing the stories of the people we serve – whether directly from them or via our staff in the field, through words, photos, videos, and more. These stories represent why we do the work that we do and they inspire us each and every day.

April 18, 2018 | CARE's Kadry Furany describes his trip to Chad where he saw firsthand how CARE is helping people become more resilient to the effects of climate change.
Apr 16, 2018 | Andrea Crosley with March on Canada (Ottawa chapter) writes about how we can all keep the movement for women going beyond the marches.
Apr 11, 2018 | Gloria is one of hundreds of thousands who have fled from the Democratic Republic of Congo to Uganda due to the violence there. Hear about what she went through and her hope for the future.
Apr 11, 2018 | Today on International Day for Maternal Health and Rights, our own Rebecca Davidson shares her recent experience visiting Tanzania where CARE is working to improve maternal and reproductive health programming.
Apr 9, 2018 | Grace is one of 80 gender-based violence "preventers" trained by CARE in a refugee settlement in Uganda. This is her incredible story.
Apr 6, 2018 | Faced with the shortage of wheat flour, women of Eastern Ghouta have started using barley, corn flour and even fodder to bake bread, which is sometimes the only available food for the day. This is the story of one woman who bakes bread so that her family can survive.
Mar 29, 2018 | 9-year-old Somira lives with her sisters in a refugee camp in Bangladesh after they lost their parents and their home in Myanmar. Despite incredible hardship, this little girl shows tremendous strength and is determined to make a bright future for herself.
Mar 29, 2018 | Photo story: What gets Myanmar refugees through the day in the camps in Bangladesh?
Mar 19, 2018 | Joyce experienced abuse at the hands of her husband's brother. Thanks to a support centre set up by CARE in Mankien in South Sudan, she has discovered that she is not alone and is learning new skills to help her make a living.