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5/25/17

23 CARE Scholarship Recipients Visit 40 Primary Schools

Recently, 23 former CARE scholarship recipients visited more than 150 students from Kalimadzitche, Malawi to attend a leadership and mentorship training session. During the session, students at Read More

5/15/17

Scholarship Brings Opportunity and Healing

Sella Nyirongo was born on March 19, 1994, and lives in M`nthembwe Village in the rural district of Kasungu, Malawi. In this area, education frequently takes a lower priority, particularly for Read More

5/5/17

Building a Food-Secure Future

To ensure a food-secure future, farming must become climate resilient. Around the world, governments and communities are adopting innovations that are improving the lives of millions, all while Read More

4/24/17

Building Her Future with KGBV

Written by: Sharon Panackal 

I met with Susheela Devi at a KGBV in the Shrawasti district of Uttar Pradesh. Beautiful, with neatly tied hair and a nose ring, she is a studious and Read More

4/12/17

Safe and Secure

Written by: Madalitso Banda

The bell rings. It’s 10:30 a.m., and it is school break time here at Wanyala Primary School, located in southeast Kasungu. Girls and boys are all running in two Read More

4/5/17

VSLA: The Game Changer

Written by: Madalitso Banda

Decades of experience have shown CARE that when you empower a woman or girl, she becomes a catalyst for change in her community. When you give her a chance to Read More

3/20/17

A 13-year-old Pioneering Positive Change

Written By: Sharon Panackal 

Seema grew up in a village far from the capital city of Uttar Pradesh, the most populous state in India, which has a below-average literacy rate. The village is Read More

3/10/17

Gaining Momentum

Written By: Madalitso Banda

CARE provides improved school facilities and increases access to secondary education for children, especially young girls. Management and staff of Santhe Read More

3/2/17

CARE, My Inspiration

Written By: Madalitso Banda

Selina Kamanga’s parents came from the Dowa district to Kasungu, Malawi, to work in the tobacco farms as tenants, back when tobacco was a high earning cash crop Read More

2/23/17

A 12-Year-Old Choosing Her Own Path

Written By: Sharon Panackal 

Sweta has had a hard life since childhood. Her father was an alcoholic who spent all his hard-earned money on drinks, and because he seldom paid school tuition Read More

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