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.
Reaching toward a more gender equal world enables societies to tap everyone’s potential – regardless of their gender - for stronger, more fulfilling and resilient relationships, households and societies.
CARE, H&M and H&M Conscious Foundation Collaborate on a Holiday Campaign to Further Women’s Economic Empowerment in Ethiopia
ATLANTA - The global poverty-fighting organization CARE is a beneficiary of H&M’s 2014 holiday campaign. Funds from the promotion, which runs from Nov. 13 to Dec.
CARE's CEO and President Helene Gayle recently visited South Sudan to see the growing humanitarian challenge and CARE's response.
CARE and The National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Inc. Celebrate International Day of the Girl
Two Atlanta-based organizations team up to co-host summit on girls’ leadership on Oct. 11
Ahead of the International Day of the Girl on 11 October, CARE International warns that an increasing number of Syrian refugee parents are arranging marriages for their daughters due to economic hardship and concerns about the security and protection of their daughters in an unknown environment.
Today’s news cycle is dominated by three international crises: the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa, the ongoing conflict in Gaza and the rise of ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Yet there is one international crisis that seems to have gone missing from the headlines.
CARE International is taking part in the European Week of Action for Girls to advocate for gender equality.