Development Blog

The UK government has a crucial role to play in supporting women and girls, in all their diversity, to lead on climate change in 2021 as hosts of the G7 and COP26. On Monday 23rd November 2-3pm GMT, join the… Read more...
Rumours are circulating once again about a possible cut to the UK’s overseas aid budget. As we all battle against COVID-19 in every part of the world, now is a time to stand together, not turn our backs on the… Read more...
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We asked CARE’s teams responding to COVID-19: what would you change if you could do it all over again? The answers showed that, as ever, CARE staff show remarkable learning, adaptability, and ambition to change the world – even in… Read more...
Alima Traore in Cote d’Ivoire, photographed as part of a CARE project exploring the impact of COVID-19 Alima Traore in Cote d’Ivoire, photographed as part of a CARE project exploring the impact of COVID-19
On 4th August 2020, one of the biggest non-nuclear explosions in history devastated large parts of the Lebanese capital. At least 200 people lost their lives, over 300,000 were left homeless and the blast caused an estimated US$15 billion in… Read more...
By Ajaz Ahmed Khan and Affan Cheema Faith is central to the lives of many people living in poverty. It is often the lens through which they view the world and a way for them to make sense of life’s… Read more...
A woman praying in Sudan (photo courtesy of Islamic Relief Sudan A woman praying in Sudan (photo courtesy of Islamic Relief Sudan
For the first time in history, the United States has elected a woman of colour as Vice-President. It’s a historic moment for celebration. But the election also showed that America is a country deeply divided, with a lot of work… Read more...
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