CARE International in Kenya has been operational in Kenya since 1968. We currently carry out major initiatives in Refugee and Emergency Operations, Health, Livelihoods, Water and Sanitation and in HIV/AIDS.CARE is one of the lead agencies under the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) and World Food Programme (WFP), for water & hygiene, food distribution, and formal education in the three refugee camps in Dadaab, along the Kenya-Somalia border.
CARE also carries out significant activities in Livelihoods (group savings and loans, climate change, social protection, water and sanitation),
Civil Society organisational strengthening and environmental services. Our main office is in Nairobi while our priority regions are Nyanza Province (with a sub-office in Kisumu), Kibera in Nairobi, North Eastern Province (sub-offices in Garissa, Dadaab, and Takaba) and Marsabit and
Embu in Eastern province.
CARE Egypt is an international non-profit, non-sectarian development NGO that works with the most marginalized communities in Egypt CARE's work is focused primarily on Upper Egypt, where it works closely through a rights-based approach with the poor and marginalized, civil society, and government institutions to improve livelihoods on a sustainable basis. Using community-generated strategies and local resource mobilization, CARE's work encompasses a number of different sectors including Women Rights Water and Sanitation, Education, Good Governance, and Agriculture.