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2/3/15

CARE in Foreign Policy

A CARE Egypt survey about illiteracy rates in the country framed a Foreign Policy article analyzing the woes of Egypt’s education system.

2/3/15

CARE in The Los Angeles Times

In Nepal, boys as young as 7 are forced to marry. Marrying off the young boys are common in poor, predominantly Hindu communities there. The reasons are just as complex as...

1/30/15

GlobalPost: International community must do more in pressing for peace in South Sudan

Five CEOs, including CARE's Helene Gayle, speak out on the need to end violence and improve humanitarian conditions in South Sudan. 

1/13/15

ABC News: Syrian Refugees Battered by Winter Need More US Help

It’s a brutal winter in the Middle East, which means added suffering for the millions of Syrian refugees already struggling to survive. The region was pounded with a harsh...

1/13/15

US News & World Report: The Challenge of the Syria Response

As the conflict in Syria rages on, people continue to flee the violence often with just the clothes on their backs. There are now 7.6 million people displaced inside Syria...

12/1/14

NY Times: An Inclusive Emerging Economy, with Africa in the Lead

Some of the world’s fastest growing economies are in Africa, and one emerging economic growth solution can be attributed to village savings and loan associations (VSLA), an...

12/1/14

World AIDS Day 2014: Focus, Partner, Achieve

CARE President and CEO Dr. Helene Gayle will participate in events to mark World AIDS Day at the White House this afternoon. Dr.

11/12/14

Glamour Magazine Honors CARE Project Participant

Ana Cecilia Cortez Flies to NYC from Honduras to accept award It was the trip of a lifetime. On Friday, Ana Cecilia Cortez, 15 years old, flew from her small farming town in...

10/29/14

CNN HLN - Focus on treating Ebola, not quarantine

Interview conducted by: Anna Lanfreschi

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