Hammocks as a mode of transportation to save lives
In Sierra Leone, CARE uses hammocks to transport women in labor to health clinics to keep them safe during childbirth.
BURNING GOAT DROPPINGS TO PREVENT MALARIA
CARE turns animal waste into a lifesaving mosquito repellent.
MOTORCYCLES AS PHONE CHARGERS
After Cyclone Phailin in India, communities had no electricity, and no way to call for help. That is, until some brilliant young boys engineered an unusual solution.
FOOD THAT FLOATS
In Bangladesh, where flooding is becoming more and more frequent, chickens are no longer the fairest fowl.
HARVESTING THE MIST
High in Ecuadorian cloud forest, CARE is testing a program to help families harvest water from the air for drinking and washing.
Colors don’t mean the same thing in every culture. Learn how CARE’s attention to detail helped reduce maternal mortality rates.
How do people in rural villages deposit and transfer money? Where there are no banks, there’s M-Pesa.
Some 2 billion people worldwide do not have access to clean, safe cooking fuels.
How a two-wheeled salesforce gave rural farmers access to affordable agriculture products and increased profits.
In poor rural Rwanda, no electricity meant people relied on expensive and unhealthy kerosene to light their homes.
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