ATLANTA – (July 30, 2015) The global poverty fighting group CARE hailed the introduction of the Reach Every Mother and Child Act of 2015, which will improve how the United States provides lifesaving assistance to women and children around the world.
Uy Phom is an energetic young mother from Koh Kong in Cambodia who is helping ensure that her savings group is about more than just money. Under her leadership, women who come together to add to their savings each week are linking healthy finances with healthy children.
Republican Congressional Representatives Travel with CARE to Visit Maternal Health Programs in Guatemala
Members of Congress see how U.S. development investments are resulting in healthier moms and families
Bipartisan Congressional Delegation Travels with CARE to See Better Solutions to Women’s Health in Cambodia
Members of Congress witness how strong health systems create healthy, self-sufficient moms and families
TESFA’s goal is to improve economic, and sexual and reproductive health outcomes for ever-married adolescent girls in Ethiopia.
‘It’s normal Zeba! There is nothing to worry about!’ I was told this repeatedly in the last 4 days and I tried to believe that there was really nothing to worry about. It was four months since I had i had my period and was hopefully looking forward to be a mother.
It was difficult for Suneeta to adjust in her In-laws house even after 5 year of her marriage. She had a 4 year old baby, and her role was very restricted at her in-laws’ home. Her entire day was devoted for house hold chores and taking care of in-laws.
Satta Mansaray lives in a small village, Kamaninkie, in Wara Wara Bafodia chiefdom, Koinadugu district some 4 miles from the chiefdom headquarter of Bafodia. The village is 25 miles from Kabala, the district headquarter town. It has a population of about six hundred inhabitants, with no health