Every day, women and girls in developing countries walk an average of about four miles — many much farther — to collect water, food, firewood and other basics their families need to survive.
Congressional Staffers Visit Bangladesh with CARE to See How U.S. Investments Are Empowering Women and Girls
WASHINGTON (Feb. 22, 2017) – A group of House and Senate communications staffers traveled to Bangladesh to see how vital U.S. investments and partnerships are promoting education, health and economic opportunities for women and girls.
CARE highlights ten neglected humanitarian crises around the world in latest report
Every child has the right to a family, to health and education, and I am one of them. I have the right to dream of the future. I was happy when I entered high school.
For the children living in the refugee camps on two steep divided hills near the Bukavu border, the tiniest things spark joy. They fill their long days by playing with skipping ropes, buckets and stones, their imaginations working overtime to recapture some of the childhood they lost to war.
Haleema’s life is an inspiring story of a girl’s determination to have an identity for herself despite all odds. Belonging to an extremely poor family, she was born without hands.
CARE Program Promoting Non-violence, Including Non-violence toward Women, Featured in Award-Winning Documentary
ATLANTA (Nov. 21, 2016) — A CARE program in the Balkans called “Be a Man Club” is featured in an award-winning film by Liz Mermin of the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Joyce Adolwa, CARE’s director of education programming, spoke to Rollingout.com about her role at the first-ever United State of Women Summit.