Images: Natural beauty in the world's toughest places
Working in fragile environments means helping communities make better use of their natural resources so they can improve their lives and the world around them.
Yemen: Food gives a family hope for the future
Yemen is one of the most food insecure countries in the world. Learn how our emergency food program helps families like Ayesha's find relief from hunger and malnutrition.
Jordan, Syria: Life as a refugee: Spend the day with Nour
From dawn to dusk, every hour with Nour, 13, and her family in Zaatari refugee camp shows the hardships millions of Syrians endure every day, three years since the war began — and the occasional joys they hang on to far from home.
Jordan, Syria: Syrian youth in their own words
Ten young refugees in Zaatari camp talk about what it's like to grow up without their home and what keeps them looking forward.
China: Celebrating recovery in communities rattled by earthquake
As China welcomes the New Year, we're celebrating the progress made to help children heal since an April 2013 earthquake rocked their rural villages.
Guatemala: Building homes and resilience in communities struck by quake
We responded immediately when natural disaster devastated rural communities in Guatemala, and we stayed beyond the emergency to help them build back better.
Ten best photos of 2013
We are strong believers in the power of photography to bring global change to life. Here are ten of our favorite images captured in the field this year.
Philippines: Addressing children's needs during relief efforts
New safe spaces give kids a place to play and find support while we help their parents rebuild after Typhoon Haiyan.
Jordan, Syria: A message for you from Syria's children
With your support, we're making sure refugee children don't feel forgotten. See what they created to say thank you for giving them hope for the future.
Jordan, Syria: Toys bring smiles to Syrian refugee children
As these photos show, the arrival of stuffed animals and classics like Play-Doh and Memory gave kids a moment of happiness in otherwise dire circumstances.