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New York Times: Fiji Declares State of Disaster after Cyclone Winston

Following a Category 5 cyclone devastated the island nation, Fiji declared a state of natural disaster. It is the most powerful storm to ever hit the country.


PBS Newshour: Inside the Harsh Living Conditions of Syrian Refugees in Turkey

More than 2.5 million Syrian refugees fleeing Syria's civil war, currently live in Turkey.


Associated Press: Aid convoys reach 3 Syria Communities Besieged for Months

CARE was mentioned in this Associated Press story about aid reaching Madaya, a besieged community in Syria, as an international aid organization that “welcomed the aid convoy...


ABC7: New CARE Packages aim to help Syrian Refugees this Winter

Michelle Nunn, CARE’s President and CEO, was quoted in this recent story from ABC 7, San Francisco’s ABC affiliate, about Syrian refugees and CARE’s original CARE Package. ...


PRI: In Africa’s largest slum, these girls saved to solve a problem

As part of her membership in a CARE Village Savings and Loan Association, 15-year-old Halima Mohammed sold bracelets, beaded jewelry and soaps. She and her friends in Nairobi...


Huffington Post: Women's Sexual & Reproductive Rights Exposed During Times of Turmoil

Jesse Rattan, CARE’s director of sexual reproductive health in emergencies, was quoted in a recent story by the Huffington Post, which highlighted the struggles women and...


USA Today: Climate Targets May Not be Enough to Avert Catastrophes

CARE’s Sven Harmeling was quoted in a USA Today story about climate change.  Harmening said: “For example, look at the Greenland ice sheet.  All that ice is on the


The Hill: From Farm to Table to Capitol Hill: A Chef’s Perspective on Ending Global Hunger

CARE Chef Ambassador Spike Mendelsohn draws on his experience seeing CARE’s food security work in Peru and discusses the Global Food Security Act in this op-ed in The Hi


The Washington Post: These Countries are the “Moral Center” of The Climate Debate

Small island nations like the Maldives, Fiji, the Seychelles and others, have done the least to cause climate change problem but have the most to lose.


Upworthy: CARE's "Vows of Poverty" Report

Upworthy shares CARE’s “Vows of Poverty” report that looks at 26 countries in the world where girls are more likely to be married than in secondary school on Oct. 8.