Livelihoods loans offer carers a new start

Livelihoods loans offer carers a new start

#HumansCare – Kuldevi’s story Meet Kuldevi who lives in Baglung district in Nepal. She cares full time for her daughter who has a disability, she also cares for other family members including her brother in law who has epilepsy. It’s a big responsibility and...
Building sustainable communities in India

Building sustainable communities in India

We recently met Padma at the Agalakari village carers group, set up in 2015 in Koppal district in the Indian state of Karnataka. She is one of seventeen family carers who attend monthly meetings as part of our work with local NGO SAMUHA to discuss the challenges they...
Celebrating our amazing supporters

Celebrating our amazing supporters

Our #HumansCare series features stories of amazing people across the world who are dedicated to helping carers in developing countries. This week our story focuses on one of our inspirational community supporters Els Jonker. We met Els at a conference and explored our...
An opportunity for thanks to supporters and friends!

An opportunity for thanks to supporters and friends!

As we are nearing the end of the 30 Days of Action for Carers campaign, we have been reflecting on the Carers Worldwide journey so far. The campaign has seen us shine a spotlight on the devastating situation faced by so many carers and their families across the world...
Facing Global Challenges Head On

Facing Global Challenges Head On

A moment with Chris Underhill, Carers Worldwide Chairman Carers Worldwide Chairman Chris Underhill, MBE is no stranger to taking on a challenge, dedicating most of his energy both professionally and personally to improving the lives of marginalized people in the UK...
Standing Up for the Human Rights of Carers

Standing Up for the Human Rights of Carers

Human rights are the minimum criteria that must be fulfilled in order for us to live dignified lives. As carers are hidden members of society, their basic rights are often ignored. Here are five human rights that carers in developing countries may not have access to:...