A dozen Syrian girls, ages 12 to 16, mainly refugees from the flattened city of Homs, sit in a semicircle. Their heads are covered. They are naturally reticent in dealing...
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CARE International: What It’s Like to be a Humanitarian Aid Worker in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
World Humanitarian Day, CARE International aid worker Rose Vive Lobo writes about her work helping survivors of sexual violence in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo
A world without extreme poverty will only be a reality if we -- as Global Citizens -- create and commit to a new global partnership that involves us, charities, companies and...
Since the end of the war, America's "Food for Peace" programme has shipped American-grown food in sacks across the world to feed the world's starving people. Virtually all...
Helene Gayle, 58, is the president and CEO of CARE USA, an international humanitarian organization.
Three refugees in Jordan – Anas, Hind and Ibrahim – who volunteer at CARE's drop-in centre joined us for a live chat. Read The Article
The farm fields here are cemeteries of cornstalks: a severe drought has left them brown, withered and dead. Normally, a failed crop like that signifies starvation.
This interview with Helene D. Gayle, president and chief executive of CARE U.S.A., the anti-poverty organization, was conducted and condensed by Adam Bryant.
“There has never been a greater need for a comprehensive and sustainable approach to tackling hunger and malnutrition. And in a tough budget climate, we must maximize the...
House of Representatives rejects amendment to source food in local markets rather than buy and ship food aid from the US. Read The Article