The global fight against hunger is characterized by both success stories and daily suffering.
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CARE’s Nutrition Foundations for Mothers and Children project, locally known as Maziko (“Foundation” in the local language), is working in the central region of Malawi. It is a nutrition-focused project targeting pregnant and nursing mothers and children under 5.
It’s hard to watch the suffering in the Philippines after the onslaught of super typhoon Haiyan. Cities and towns just flattened. Now hungry, thirsty, sick, desperate.
High in Ecuadorian cloud forest, CARE is testing a program to help families harvest water from the air for drinking and washing.
In Bangladesh, one of the biggest problems people face is increasingly frequent and severe flooding. This affects access to food and clean water, as well as people’s ability to earn a living.
Currently, some 2 billion people worldwide do not have access to clean, safe cooking fuels.
This contributes to economic, health and environmental problems, including deforestation, and places an enormous burden on poor families.