In 2016, we saw many news-breaking humanitarian crises. We watched the ongoing conflict in Syria, desperate refugees crossing the Mediterranean Sea, and Hurricane Matthew decimating Haiti. Yet these headlines were just the tip of an ever-growing humanitarian iceberg. Underneath these more visible crises lay many more that never made it into the news – some […]
Here’s some food for thought for World Food Day this Friday 16 October: 795 million people around the world do not have enough to eat. That’s why CARE is working with communities like Judith’s in Timor Leste to help bring this number down to zero.
CARE is addressing the needs of women and girls whose levels of vulnerability are likely to increase with the ongoing Nepal earthquake crisis.
In Malawi, rural poverty is high, food insecurity is widespread and women lack social and economic support.
In Mozambique, Farmer Field Schools help vulnerable communities tackle the impacts of climate change.
Climate change is adding to the challenges for the people who call small islands home.