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7/17/14

LA Times - In Kenya, Somalis at Refugee Camp Languish with Limited Options

At night he dreams of the sea. As a young man, Noor Hassan Shanglo spent years working on cargo ships that carried apples and oranges from South Africa to ports across Europe...

7/10/14

Mashable - South Sudan's Bloody Anniversary

Three years ago this week, the people of South Sudan danced in the streets to celebrate the birth of their nation.

6/16/14

Upworthy - It Takes One Look At How The U.S. Sends Food To Countries In Need To See What's Not Working

At a time when we can buy stuff online by pushing a button and have it at our doorstep within two days, it’s hard to imagine having to wait up to four months for your food.

6/16/14

Son, this is how to be a man

Michael Alandu is the governance advisor for CARE International in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He wrote this open letter to his three-year-old son, John Paul,...

6/9/14

The Daily Beast - Victims No More: Congo’s Badass Women Mechanics

Girls in the devastated city of Goma, “the rape capital of the world,” are breaking stereotypes to find work—and independence—as car mechanics and carpenters.

5/30/14

Helene Gayle, #78 on Forbes List of 100 Most Powerful Women

When Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines in November 2013 CARE was on the ground within days providing food, shelter and supplies.

5/12/14

Houston Chronicle: Gayle - Progress Continues in Fight Against AIDS

"When I started my career at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the mid-1980s, AIDS was a newly discovered virus and people counseled me to stay away. They...

5/7/14

Congressman Jeff Fortenberry - Fort Report: Two Pathways

Rep. Fortenberry of  Nebraska, who recently traveled with CARE, writes  about the importance of foreign aid after visiting programs in Guatemala and Honduras. “We benefit...

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