International Day of the Girl

See The World Through the Eyes of a Girl

Check Out Our Art Exhibit Celebrating International Day of the Girl

Check Out Our Blogs

For more about International Day of the Girl, and to hear from CARE staff on the ground, check out our blogs.

Keep Girls in the Picture

Without school, a girl’s future fades away. Learn about barriers to girls’ education with our video yearbook and stories.

Take Action: Send a Digital Postcard to a Member of Congress

This International Day of the Girl – CARE invites you to see the world “through the eyes of a girl.”  Open your eyes, and learn through their words, pictures and stories, the triumphs and challenges that girls face around the world in pursuit of their education, and what YOU can do to help them. We’ve created these digital post cards for you to download and share with Members of Congress. It’s time to thank our leaders who have helped fight poverty and save lives.

The Leader In You: Finding Inspiration Inside

Join us for an Intergenerational conversation and hear from young women activists and Helene Gayle, President and CEO of CARE.

Clinton Global Initiative

CARE USA proudly joins the international community in supporting girls’ education. At this year’s Clinton Global Initiative in NYC, we joined Secretary Hillary Clinton and former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard to announce the
start of a new initiative for empowering girls through education.

Give Girls the Room to Run

We asked girls in India how they would make the world a better place, and what CARE should do. Their answers are surprising. Find out how girls will change the world when we support them in their goals.

Taking to the Skies!

CARE’s “Through the Eyes of a Girl” collection is being featured at Atlanta-Hartsfield International Airport in the T-Concourse Gallery. This vivid collection features 39 pieces of art from five countries depicting the joys and struggles experienced by girls around the world in pursuit of their education.

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Growing Up By Force

Ruba married to survive at age 14.

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Second Chances: Releasing the Power of Girls

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Use Your Voice to Send a Powerful Message

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Girls Lead the Way

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The Forgotten Girls

The situation for girls in South Sudan is particularly horrific.

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Wedding Dresses Instead of School Uniforms

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#Lead4Girls

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Ask the Expert: Joyce Adolwa on Girls' Education

CARE's Director of Education Programming answers your questions sent through social media about girls' education.

Where We Work

CARE works in 87 countries around the world to support over 900 poverty-fighting development and humanitarian-aid projects.