Crisis Alert: Our leading humanitarian partners are on the ground providing critical services and more to survivors of the earthquake that struck Morocco. Donate to help a rapid response through the Morocco Earthquake Fund.

“Where else should we go?” Life in Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camp

Heavy rains have flooded the outskirts of the Dadaab refugee camp where new arrivals first settle.

From Brittany Mattfeld Craig, Global Impact’s Managing Director of Campaign Engagement: “I have had the pleasure of working with CARE for the past nine years, attending many events including its National Conferences and International Women’s Day celebrations. At those events, I have heard from incredible CARE supporters and advocates including Madeleine Albright, Chelsea Clinton, Barbara […]

CARE: Celebrating 30 years of VSLA (Village Savings and Loan Associations)

Since 1991, the Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) has served as CARE’s marquee savings and lending program, helping unbanked women gain access to basic financial support and services. Thirty years after our first savings group of approximately 20 met, our VSLA program operates in 54 countries with 13.7 million members strong.

Beating the odds. Meet Rosemarie, Rozina, Martha, Agnes, Zainab and Hanna.

Collage of photos of women and girls around the world

Addressing gender inequality isn’t something that can be handed down from the top — we must empower the people affected to create lasting change. Our charities know this. When they look at the issues facing women and girls, they understand the best way to solve this is to involve the entire community and give women […]


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The 10 most under-reported humanitarian crises of 2021

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As we look back at 2021, what world events do you remember the best? Was it Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk’s space flights? Or maybe it was Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. While these were some of the most popular headlines this past year, our Charity Alliance partner CARE took the opportunity […]

CARE: Surgeon explains challenges and motivations during pandemic

Surgeon Gabriela Portillo explains what the challenges and motivations of life as a humanitarian worker during an unprecedented pandemic. Gabriela Portillo is a surgeon and is a postgraduate degree candidate on health management. She is currently working on CARE’s COVID-19 humanitarian response in Honduras with the Prolempa Project, an initiative to increase the economic well-being […]

Fighting for gender equality on International Women’s Day

A woman in Niger wearing a headscarf and mask looking forward.

This month we celebrate International Women’s Day! The history of this observance began in the early twentieth century, when National Women’s Day was initially founded in the United States. However, this global movement couldn’t be contained by one country’s borders. As women continued to fight for better work conditions and suffrage around the world, it […]

CARE: How this Farmer is Rebuilding after she Lost Everything

Fight with Rosemarie.  Make #WomenEqual!

When Rosemarie Arante, recalls surviving 2013’s Typhoon Haiyan — one of the most difficult experiences of her life — the emotions are still raw. “I don’t want to see… to remember…” she trails off as tears well up. Typhoon Haiyan, known locally as Super Typhoon Yolanda, was a Category 5 storm that hit the Philippines […]

From CARE® Packages to helping make #WomenEqual

Woman in Jordan looking at the camera.

If you have spent time away from friends or family, you may have been sent a “care package.” It probably included some comfort items from home like your favorite foods and needed supplies. It is likely that the care package also brought you the feeling of being loved, or being thought of, or it served […]