Members of Congress see how U.S. development investments are resulting in healthier moms and families
Tipping Point advocacy efforts are geared towards using learning, documentation and analysis to build evidence for advocacy against early marriage and to support momentum for action and change in Bangladesh, Nepal and more broadly.
Upworthy - It Takes One Look At How The U.S. Sends Food To Countries In Need To See What's Not Working
At a time when we can buy stuff online by pushing a button and have it at our doorstep within two days, it’s hard to imagine having to wait up to four months for your food.
Rep. Fortenberry of Nebraska, who recently traveled with CARE, writes about the importance of foreign aid after visiting programs in Guatemala and Honduras. “We benefit economically when there is fair and smart exchange with other countries.”
U.S. Agency for International Development and 32 Partner Organizations Launch U.S. Global Development Lab to Help End Extreme Poverty by 2030
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to deliver keynote address at launch event in New York
The U.S. spends about $2 billion a year to feed the world’s poor. But could this food aid be hurting people more than it’s helping them? Ronan Farrow reports from Kenya.
CARE advocates across the country wrote in to their local newspapers in support of farm bill reforms that would improve how food aid is distributed around the world. Check out these great letters to the editor and op-eds by members of the CARE Action Network: