Violence Against Women

Reports From The Field: Helene Gayle Visits South Sudan

CARE's CEO and President Helene Gayle recently visited South Sudan to see the growing humanitarian challenge and CARE's response. To date, CARE has reached over 120,000 people in South Sudan, ensuring access to health and nutrition services, water and sanitation, and working to prevent incidences of sexual and gender-based violence. In addition, CARE is providing sexual and reproductive health services to women and girls.

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To Be Well At Heart

A CARE-authored article in the War and Trauma foundation that deals with the impacts of conflict on women's well-being and how working with affected women to define program goals and well-being improves program success.

TESFA Brief

TESFA is a 3 year project funded by the Nike Foundation that works to improve economic, and sexual and reproductive health outcomes for ever‐married adolescent girls in Ethiopia. 

Son, this is how to be a man

Michael Alandu is the governance advisor for CARE International in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He wrote this open letter to his three-year-old son, John Paul, explaining why he won't be at their home in the Atlanta suburbs for Father's Day. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.

Read the Letter

 

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