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10/11/17

Fast Company: How to help the fight against child marriage on this International Day of the Girl

An estimated 64 million girls around the world are forced into marriage before the age of 18 and on this year's International Day of the Girl, Fastcompany.com published a...

10/11/17

VICE Impact: These Humanitarians Want To End Gender Inequality in Afghanistan

Michelle Nunn, CARE President and CEO, recently traveled to Afghanistan to visit CARE's women's empowerment programs in the war-torn country. She sat down with VICE Impact...

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