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3/20/15

Marketplace: Michelle Obama Promotes Girls' Education in Asia

First lady Michelle Obama is traveling in Asia this week to promote a new initiative with the Peace Corps aimed at closing the education gap for girls.

3/17/15

CNN: Aid Workers Scramble to Help Cyclone Pam Victims in Vanuatu

CARE’s Tom Perry was quoted in a CNN article in regards to aid activity in the region after the storm.  Perry said: “In Port Vila, there’s a lot of activity now – people are...

3/16/15

NBC: Vanuatu Struggles to Recover From Cyclone Pam

NBC News ran an article on Vanuatu’s struggles to recover from the devastation of Cyclone Pam.  The story featured several photos of the devastation taken by aid workers,...

3/15/15

Wall Street Journal: Cyclone Pam Tears Through Vanuatu

CARE’s program manager, Charlie Damon, told the Wall Street Journal that the two most urgent needs for the victims of Cyclone Pam are shelter and clean water.

2/13/15

KRDO: WWII Pen Pals Share Unique Love Story

CARE played Cupid more than 60 years ago. The endearing love story of Colorado Springs couple, Leo and Helga Kissell, was recently featured by the local ABC affiliate, KRDO...

1/30/15

GlobalPost: International community must do more in pressing for peace in South Sudan

Five CEOs, including CARE's Helene Gayle, speak out on the need to end violence and improve humanitarian conditions in South Sudan. 

1/27/15

Los Angeles Times: Nepal’s Child Grooms Suffer in Physical, Emotional Ways

Gita Kumari Shah, a monitoring officer with CARE, was quoted in a Los Angeles Times story that reported on child grooms in Nepal.  The story also mentioned CARE’s work of...

1/23/15

Foreign Policy: Egypt’s Generation Lost

A CARE Egypt survey about illiteracy rates in the country was featured in a Foreign Policy article analyzing the woes of Egypt’s education system.    

1/13/15

ABC News: Syrian Refugees Battered by Winter Need More US Help

It’s a brutal winter in the Middle East, which means added suffering for the millions of Syrian refugees already struggling to survive. The region was pounded with a harsh...

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