The world’s poorest people are the most vulnerable to devastating emergencies – natural disasters, war, famine, and outbreaks of disease.
We are currently responding to emergencies all around the world – read below for more information about each situation.
Whether it’s a man-made or natural disaster, just after the emergency has occurred we provide food, shelter, clean water, sanitation facilities, medical care, tools, and seeds to the people who need it most.
We continue to help people rebuild their lives and restore their livelihoods in the years following the event. We also work in disaster risk reduction, working with communities to help them prepare and plan for emergencies, and work specifically with women who are disproportionately affected by emergencies.
Global Hunger Crisis
Millions of lives are at risk as hunger crisis reaches levels never before seen.Donate Now
More than a third of Pakistan under water following mass flooding. At least 1,100 people have been killed.Donate Now
Afghanistan Emergency Appeal
Afghanistan has been hit by a deadly earthquake. A worsening hunger crisis is making the lives of women and marginalised groups in Afghanistan especially challenging.Donate Now
Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis
A humanitarian catastrophe is unfolding in Ukraine as the escalating violence puts millions of lives at risk. After eight years of conflict, Ukraine’s humanitarian needs are already significant.Donate Now
Tonga Volcano & Tsunami Emergency Appeal
On 15 January, a volcano beneath the sea off the coast of Tonga erupted – sending an ash cloud 18km into the sky, and tsunami waves that have caused devastation across the nation’s largest island, Tongatapu.Donate to Tonga
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to heavily impact some of the world’s poorest and most conflict-ravaged communities where healthcare systems are already weak and under-resourced, and supplies have been wiped out by disaster or conflict.Donate Now
The biggest humanitarian emergency of our time. 11.7 million Syrians inside the country are in need of humanitarian assistance, including 5.8 million children. In addition to immediate humanitarian needs, CARE is developing resilience programs, providing families with livelihoods support, and microfinance.Donate to Syria
Seven years of war, then cholera, famine, and now COVID-19: Yemen is suffering the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.Help Yemen
Lebanon crisis appeal
The economic crisis faced in Lebanon since 2019, has been exacerbated by the Beirut blasts in 2020, and the COVID-19 pandemic.Donate Now
Rohingya Refugee Crisis
Years of conflict in Rakhine State, Myanmar, has forced nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees to flee into neighbouring Bangladesh where they now live in makeshift camps.Donate Now
Global Emergency Fund
Your donation to our Global Emergency Fund means we can immediately provide lifesaving aid and services to those who need them most. Every year, CARE responds to emergencies and disasters that affect the lives of millions of people.Donate Now