Development Blog

Governments, NGOs, and society at large must work towards the end of child marriage, but it is also critical to recognise the power of girls to lead the way to end this practice in their own communities. UNFPA estimates that… Read more...
Tawhida Haq Mitu, a young woman in Bangladesh who has participated in a CARE training programme Tawhida Haq Mitu, a young woman in Bangladesh who has participated in a CARE training programme
The COVID-19 pandemic poses a huge threat to billions of people around the world, but it can’t be the only priority for aid. Other humanitarian disasters and emergencies have not gone away. Countries that still don’t meet the UN target… Read more...
Food distribution in Yemen Food distribution in Yemen
Responding to COVID-19 in the world's largest humanitarian crisis CARE International UK CEO Laurie Lee hosts a discussion with Bushra Aldukhainah and Lina Al-Saffi – who are both working on the frontline of CARE’s response to COVID-19 in Yemen. Recorded… Read more...
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to sweep the world, with widespread global impact at unprecedented scale. There are more than 5.7 million reported COVID-19 cases world-wide, and it has been attributed to over 357,000 deaths, as of May 28, 2020.… Read more...
Infographic impacts of COVID-19 Infographic impacts of COVID-19
Just as in the UK, trust, speed and scale is needed to meaningfully limit the impact of COVID-19 in communities already living in poverty. Unlike the UK, countries like Chad, Mali and Niger already had 12.8 million people in need… Read more...
A women carries a VSLA safe, Mali A women carries a VSLA safe, Mali CARE/Josh Estey
Our experience shows that integrating sexual reproductive health (SRH) and gender-based violence (GBV) services into community-led outreach programmes, which prioritise feedback and interaction, are key if we are to meet the needs of women and girls during a crisis. In… Read more...
Women and Girls Safe Space, Camp 12. CARE GBV staff pictured Left to Right: Ayesha Siddika (GBV Case Worker), Fouzia Akter (GBV Case Worker), Shefa Sikder (Technical Advisor), Tamanna Akter (GBV Response Officer) Women and Girls Safe Space, Camp 12. CARE GBV staff pictured Left to Right: Ayesha Siddika (GBV Case Worker), Fouzia Akter (GBV Case Worker), Shefa Sikder (Technical Advisor), Tamanna Akter (GBV Response Officer)