When I worked on the Independent Review of Aid Effectiveness – five years ago and a world away– I advocated for the Australian aid objective to be articulated in such a way that it emphasised that Australian aid was there to help those who lived in unacceptably bad conditions. The Review team indulged me and our recommended […]
Working in South Sudan holds many challenges for staff to deliver life-saving assistance. A few of them are explained below. Impassable roads Delivering aid in South Sudan is a challenging endeavour – the country has very few paved roads and supplies can only be transported by air or boat. During the rainy seasons, many mud […]
CARE water and hygiene projects in Ethiopia are bringing new opportunities to remote villages.
CARE is helping people in PNG, including those living with disability, to be better protected during times of emergency.
CARE provides safe water, hygiene promotion and sanitation facilities to help keep children in school.
CARE-led mothers’ groups in Malawi volunteer their time to help keep children in school