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12/12/16

PBS Newshour: In Drought-stricken Malawi, Rains just Don't Come

The World Food Program has declared its highest level emergency for Southern Africa where drought has destroyed crops and harvests leaving 28 million people in need of...

12/12/16

Washington Post: An Unexpected Result of Yemen's War; More Men are Cooking and Cleaning

Yemen is one of the worst countries in the world for women and girls, but since the war arrived in March 2015, the roles of women have seen a dramatic shift. Now many  ...

12/2/16

Los Angeles Times: The increasingly popular way to aid the needy in war-torn nations: Give cash

CARE helps people by sending money, the most important thing in need for war-torn countries.Money helps victims buy exactly what they need at their own time and at their own...

11/2/16

TIME: Aleppo Aid Worker says, 'I'm Doing this for My Country and My People'

The war in Syria rages on and Aleppo is the center of raining airstrikes with civilians continuously caught in the crossfire.

10/10/16

Hurricane Matthew: The aftermath, CARE's response

As the devastating impacts of Hurricane Matthew became clear in Haiti, CARE staff gave updates to various news outlets describing the scene, the rising death toll and CARE’s...

10/4/16

Hurricane Matthew: CARE responds to devastating storm in Haiti

As Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti, CARE staff provided updates to various news organizations about the impact of the storm on the already vulnerable country.

10/3/16

CARE’s Walk In Her Shoes Event Coverage

On Oct. 1, CARE hosted its flagship fundraising event in Atlanta– Walk In Her Shoes - in celebration of International Day of the Girl.

9/26/16

Atlanta NPR: Closer look, Michelle Nunn

CARE President and CEO Michelle Nunn appeared on WABE, Atlanta's NPR station to discuss her first year at CARE, crises that CARE is responding to and her future goals for the...

9/19/16

TIME: 3 Ways President Obama Can Help Refugees

On the eve of the first-ever Leaders’ Summit on Refugees, CARE’s President and CEO, Michelle Nunn, writes “3 Ways President Obama Can Help Refugees” in an opinion piece...

9/16/16

AJC: Walking locally can help girls globally

Michelle Nunn, CARE’s President and CEO, encourages Atlantans to walk for girls at CARE’s Walk In Her Shoes fundraising event in an opinion piece in The Atlanta-Journal...

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