World Humanitarian Day is back! This year, CARE Kenya and CARE International bring you stories from around the world, as we celebrate our global staff and their dedication to our cause. Click on the links below to learn more about CARE's staff!
Photo Gallery - photos of the essential things that Aid Workers carry when they work in crisis zones
World Humanitarian Day staff video - CARE staff in the East and Central African region tell us what they care about as humanitarian aid workers. Be inspired!
10 things you may not know about CARE - Did you know we have used camels and elephants to get aid to the most vulnerable! More cool facts here!
Uringi Sam Abott : Leading refugees from within - An inspirational story of a refugee incentive worker in Dadaab
World Humanitarian Day: What keeps me going? - Blog by Raymond Chubaka Mukengere, CARE DR Congo sexual and gender-based violence project manager
World Humanitarian Day: the many faces of CARE?s humanitarian work - Meet Joel, volunteer educator and Zawadi, psycho-social support worker, CARE Democratic Republic of Congo
Rethinking humanitarians: The emergency HR challenge - CARE Canada tells us their thoughts.
Humanitarians risk their lives for a better world - By Jessie Thomson, Director of CARE Canada?s Humanitarian Assistance and Emergency Team
World Humanitarian Day: A day at work helping Syrian refugees in Jordan - Blog by Wafaa Adnan Albaik, 32, Case Manager, CARE Urban Refugee Centre, Amman, Jordan
World Humanitarian Day: being a humanitarian aid worker in Goma, Eastern DR Congo - By Rose Vive Lobo, project manager for socio-economic reintegration with CARE DRC, in Goma.
World Humanitarian Day: delivering humanitarian aid in the changing landscape of safety and security - Blog by Barry Steyn, CARE International Safety and Security Director
Diversity at CARE - Video
CARE's impact - Video