Violence Against Women

11/14/14

Intergenerational Transmisssion of Gender Based Violence

In Sri Lanka, a CARE and Partners for Prevention study found that men who experienced childhood violence were 1.7 to 2 times more likely to be violent against their intimate partners then men who did not experience abuse.

10/28/14

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.

6/16/14

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.

6/9/14

Challenges and Success of EMERGE in Sri Lanka

4 Lessons and Successes of CARE Sri Lanka’s Men Engaging Project

5/21/14

A Man Engaged

Patoma Arama is 48 years old and a polygamist from the village of Ama, located 4 kilometers from Ouo, in the region of Mopti. In 2009, Patoma was identified by CARE Mali as a Community Relay for the promotion of maternal and child health.

5/20/14

Report: CARE warns of a growing scourge of sexual violence against women and girls in South Sudan conflict

OSLO, Norway  – As the world’s donors and governments gather in Olso, Norway tomorrow to discuss how best to respond to the conflict and looming food crisis in South Sudan, CARE International warns of a wave of sexual violence that is worsening as the emergency in the country dee

5/9/14

CARE Applauds Senate Introduction of International Violence Against Women Act

ATLANTA  — The global poverty fighting group CARE hailed the bipartisan Senate introduction of the International Violence Against Women Act, which makes ending violence against women and girls a top

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