Caregiving/Nurturance is the belief in one’s own personal responsibility towards the support of others’ well-being.
(a) adj. characterized by attention to the needs of others, esp. those unable to look after themselves adequately; professionally involved in the provision of health or social care; (b) n. attention to the needs of a child, elderly person, invalid, etc. (source: Oxford English Dictionary) Emotional and physical nourishment and care; =nurturing n. Also: the capacity or tendency to provide nurture. (source: Oxford English Dictionary)
Compassion is a feeling of sorrow or concern for another person’s suffering or need accompanied by a subsequent desire to alleviate the suffering – has both automatic component and deliberative influences. Suffering together with another, participation in suffering; fellow-feeling, sympathy, The feeling or emotion, when a person is moved by the suffering or distress of another, and by the desire to relieve it; pity that inclines one to spare or to succour.(source: Oxford English Dictionary)