Girls' Education

9/26/13

We Can Win

Manjura and Mansura sisters -- 7 and 8 years old, respectively -- who live in the Shastri Park slum of Delhi, India. The slum is located near the railway line and their cottage is right alongside a train track where many children have died or been injured.

4/24/13

CARE Urges Global Action to Save Syrian Refugee Children

Syrian child refugees in Jordan have no access to school and are forced to work to support their families

Today's CARE Package Contains an Education

One of the original CARE Packages© contained basic school supplies like paper and pencils.

Today, CARE delivers lasting change by helping communities create quality education opportunities for children.

Girl Most Likely to: Rise Up in Support of Education

After her father was severely burned when their family home caught fire, Ana Cecilia, age 15, faced great hardship. Her father could not work for several months and the family struggled to stay together, but the tight-knit community of rural San Isidro, Honduras rallied behind them.

Mom Most Likely To: Help Girls Flourish

In Kamonyi district in southern Rwanda, Annonciata Umukundwa stands full of pride outside the village early childhood development center for 3 to 6 year old children.

Girl Most Likely To: Become a Teacher, Despite the Odds

Eulalia Ely Quispe Halanocca lives in Puno, Peru at the top of a mountain with her parents and six brothers. Her mother Maruja  is a housewife and her father Edwin is an alpaca shepherd.

Moms Most Likely To: Change the Whole Village

Matongwe is the name of a Mothers Group in Suza zone in Malawi. Matongwe is one of several groups that have taken an increasingly active role in supporting the students and school in their village. Mothers Group members have many activities.

One student leader shows how education can open doors to her dreams

Sixteen-year-old Umu is an earnest young lady with bright dreams for her future. Though she faced both financial hardship and a 7.5-mile walk to school each day from her home in rural Mali, Umu ranked second academically in her class and has risen as a young student leader.

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