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10/30/17

NPR: Aid Groups Work to Help Syria's Displaced People

Wouter Schaap, CARE's country director for Syria, joined NPR's Mary Louise Kelley to discuss how CARE is ramping up efforts in Syria, where thousands have been displaced by...

10/27/17

Politico: Likely Trump envoy nominee slams Senate Republicans

Penny Young Nance, President Trump's expected ambassador for women's issues, is already drawing opposition. Heather Higginbottom, CARE's chief operating officer, told...

10/24/17

Women in the World: Mother tells horrifying story of being abducted and raped while trying to flee Myanmar

Begum (whose name has been changed to protect her identity) says its easy to identify the worst three days of her life. They are her last three days spent In Myanmar.

10/23/17

WABE: CARE looks to aid refugees (from Myanmar)

CARE is working to bring aid to thousands of refugees fleeing violence in Myanmar. Lex Kassenberg, CARE's senior director of emergency, explains to WABE, Atlanta's NPR...

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...

10/10/17

VICE Impact: How Advocacy Leaders Banded Together to Save U.S. Foreign Aid from Trump’s Budget Cuts

The U.S. is the largest contributor of foreign aid worldwide but the Trump Administration wants to change that, announcing huge cuts to foreign assistance. Not so fast, say a...

9/29/17

The Hill: Lift the Jones Act and similar restrictions for humanitarian crises

Ditching a century-old law governing U.S. shipping called the "Jones Act," could feed 10 million people at no additional cost to the U.S, wrote David Ray, CARE's vice...

9/28/17

Inside Edition: Is There 'Donation Fatigue' For Puerto Rico After So Many Hurricanes?

Michelle Nunn, president and CEO of CARE, told the newsmagazine Inside Edition, that donations are critical to support the emergency response after a natural disaster.

9/13/17

The Hill: American leadership needed in global health

Rep. Ami Bera (D-Calif) wrote an op-ed in The Hill, calling for American investment in global health. Rep. Bera, who is also a physician, traveled to Jordan with CARE...

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