When the fighting in Ukraine started on February 24, 2022 it was clear that it would results in a human catastrophe. Millions of people left their homes, critical infrastructure was destroyed, whole cities were left without food, water and electricity, people lost their lives. Today, more than 6.4 million people have fled the country and over 8 million people have been displaced within Ukraine. As is often the case, women and children are more deeply affected by crisis , making up 90% of refugees and 63% of those who are displaced within Ukraine. Three months into the conflict, CARE’s staff and partners inside Ukraine and the surrounding regions share insights from the frontlines.
Famine action letter
With 45 million people on the brink of famine, CARE is joining non-government organizations (NGOs) calling on world leaders to take urgent action.
15 Minutes on Women Leading in Emergencies
In this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we’re marking World Humanitarian Day by speaking with Caroline Aol, CARE Uganda’s Interim Manager for the project where the Women Lead in Emergencies interventions are undertaken, and she is also CARE Uganda’s Women Lead in Emergencies specialist.
15 Minutes on Forgotten Emergencies
In 2019, Ethiopia faced many challenges including conflict, drought, flooding, and livestock diseases. Around 200,000 people are estimated to have lost their homes and many are now living in camps. On this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we hear the story of Almaz who shares her emotional story of loss and struggle and learn how you can use your voice to amplify the stories of women like Almaz.
Suffering in Silence: New CARE report highlights top 10 crises that received little to no media attention in 2019
Nine out of ten of the most under-reported crises are on the African continent while man-made climate change dramatically fuels displacement and hunger crises.