Hunger

6/30/15

Helene and Velma, the Duck

What does a duck named Velma have to do with climate change? CARE’s Helene D. Gayle explained the answer to The Weather Channel in a series of interviews from climate change thought leaders.

6/11/15

Governments’ snail’s pace to Paris is too slow for the world’s poorest people

Political leaders must ramp up climate action, says CARE

6/10/15

Hope, Not Hopeless: A Future for South Sudan

When I was an aid worker in southern Sudan in the 1990s, the fight for independence against Sudan had already been running for many years.

6/1/15

Water Matters: New Report’s Recommendations Key for Food and Nutrition Security

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.

5/22/15

CARE for Moms: SHOUHARDO Program

In many parts of the world, mothers struggle to provide their children with nutritious food. In 2004, CARE, USAID and the government of Bangladesh created SHOUHARDO, a program with a goal of alleviating childhood stunting due to chronic malnutrition. The program’s success stunned researchers.

5/21/15

Empty Chairs and Empty Promises?

Tonya Rawe is the Senior Advisor for Policy and Research, Food & Nutrition Security, CARE 

4/14/15

Getting Communities Involved In Setting Priorities and Gathering Data

CARE believes in putting communities in the driver's seat to determine what projects should do, and if it's working to meet community needs.  One tool we use to accomplish this is the Participatory Performance Tracker (PPT).  This tool allows groups and individuals to evaluate project outcomes, b

4/8/15

Pathways to Empowerment Increases Food Security For 50,000 Women Farmers

With the generous support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, CARE’s Pathways Program is based on the conviction that women farmers possess enormous potential to

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