Women’s economic empowerment critical for achieving gender equality
Slow progress in tackling climate roadblocks on the path to a safer and poverty-free world
Congressional Staffers Visit Djibouti and Mozambique with CARE to Learn How U.S. Support Improves Food and Nutrition Security
WASHINGTON (Aug. 24, 2015) — A group of Senate Agriculture Committee staffers and members of the U.S. Administration traveled to Djibouti and Mozambique with the global poverty-fighting organization CARE to see how U.S.
Stand-alone goals on gender and climate change a major achievement / meaningful and well-resourced implementation plan will now be crucial
A woman squats on the cement floor, biting her lip hard. She has travelled for two days, by foot to get here, after being turned away from another health center that had no beds left. There are empty beds here, but members of this woman’s ethnic group are forced to deliver on the floor.
Renowned chef Victor Albisu builds support in Los Angeles for U.S. leadership in the fight against global poverty.
Water. Tasteless. Odorless. Colorless. You can see right through it. So when you have it in abundance, it’s easy to, well, look right past it, to take it for granted, in fact.
Five Congresswomen Travel with CARE to East Africa to Learn about Critical U.S. Investments in Women and Girls
Members of Congress see how women and girls are living better lives because of access to food, education and healthcare.