CARE photographers’ favourite images in 2020

A pandemic kiss in Ecuador by Vicente Gaibor del Pino/CARE

Five of CARE’s photographers have shared their favourite images from the work they saw CARE implementing this year. As we say goodbye to 2020 together, take a look back at these photos—and the people whose lives have been impacted by your generous support.

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CARE and partners in the Philippines worried about potential devastation from Typhoon Goni to remote areas, as the country battles COVID-19 and Typhoon season

ShareTweetShareEmail CARE and partners in the Philippines worried about potential devastation from Typhoon Goni to remote areas, as the country battles COVID-19 and Typhoon season Nov 2, 2020 MANILA, PHILIPPINES, NOVEMBER 2, 2020—As typhoon Goni weakens it has left a devastating wake—killing 16 people, affecting over 2 million people, destroying infrastructure and houses, and damaging…

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How one farmer is rebuilding after losing everything

Rosemarie Arante, 48, is a farmer who’s house and crops were destroyed when her community was decimated by Typhon Yolanda. She lost everything and has since rebuilt with the help of CARE and the aGAP project. Today she is a story off success, as a small business owner selling seeds, a diversified farm for more stable income and systems that allow better access to market.

Rosemarie lost everything when Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines in 2013. Since then (and with a little hlep from CARE!), she has rebuilt her life, earning enough money to send her children to school and is now hopeful for the future.

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Suffering in Silence : 5 Most Under-reported Humanitarian Crises of 2018

Ethiopia - Josh Estey/CARE

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:

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CARE responds as Mangkhut lashes northern Philippines

A group of women who are part of CARE's Every Voice Counts project in Sudan look at the camera and smile. Ala Kheir/CARE

Typhoon Mangkhut, locally known as Ompong, brought ferocious winds and blinding rain that left infrastructure and agricultural damage to provinces in northern Philippines. Over 58,000 people have evacuated according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council. CARE immediately sent an emergency response team to Cagayan ahead of the typhoon’s landfall. Jerome Lanit, CARE’s…

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Hope amidst the chaos

By Sandra Bulling When Super Typhoon Haiyan slammed into the Philippines on Friday, Lourdes Hermilda had been with her husband and two children, counting down the days until the birth of their new baby, and hoping the storm wouldn’t be as bad as predicted. But within minutes, the world changed: terrifying wind from one of…

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