by Holly Frew, CARE USA
Life as a refugee is a life in waiting. They are safe from violence but their lives are on hold. They...
Small talk can be difficult with someone who lives in Yemen.
Questions about family often turn to dead relatives.
Talk about a bad...
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Samuel’s Trees Continue to Bear Fruit
Samuel Abreha, a 43-year-old mother of three, used to depend on the government safety net and some income from her farm to feed her family. Now she’s famous in the Raya Azebo district of Tigray in Read More
Aziza was in the room
Sometimes at meetings in CARE, we leave one chair at the table empty. That chair represents Aziza, a hypothetical or representative woman on whose behalf CARE works and advocates for an end to Read More
The Double Burden of Malnutrition -- a Guest Blog
CARE continues to raise awareness of the challenge we face today in ending hunger and malnutrition in all its forms in the face of climate change, conflict, and inequality, particularly gender Read More
A young CARE supporter leads an inspiring effort in Malawi
Guest Post by Sydnie Cobb
Did you know that there are 62 million girls not currently in school around the globe? Or that half the women in the world above the age of 15 cannot read Read More
Sustainable Linkages: PSNP ready to adopt GRAD lessons
CARE works with governments to scale our models and approaches nationwide in a way that NGOs cannot do alone. One recent example is in Ethiopia, where we implement GRAD, a program that helps Read More
Bilingual learning approach sees massive success in Cambodia
In 2002, CARE began working to expand educational access, quality, and relevance to ethnic minority students in Cambodia through the introduction of bilingual approaches. At the time, many ethnic Read More
Failing is not Falling Down: Rwanda Walks in Her Shoes
On a bright and sunny day, CARE Rwanda held its first “Walk In Her Shoes” awareness creation and fundraising event to raise money to support projects that empower women and girls across the Read More
How do you create a future for less than a penny?
How does a family go from hopelessness to a bright future? With a grant worth slightly less than a penny, a training, and a whole lot of hard work. Don’t buy it? Just ask Aliyi—a farmer in Read More
Everyone Deserves a Second Chance
Amanda Moll, knowledge and learning advisor, CARE’s education technical team
A second chance. A chance to re-do something. It’s something I think about on an almost daily basis, whether Read More
Girls’ Education: The Not-So Secret Weapon to Overcoming Poverty & Injustice
The first-ever United State of Women Summit is being held in Washington, DC this week from June 13-15. Some of the world’s most recognized women – First Lady Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey to name Read More