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South Sudan’s Fourth Birthday

This month marks South Sudan’s fourth birthday but there’s not much to celebrate. The world’s youngest country is mired in a civil war that has displaced more than 2 million...


The Atlantic: The Legacy of Live Aid, 30 Years Later

Elizabeth McLaughlin, a country director for CARE, credits Live Aid for influencing her to leave her former career as a stockbroker.  “Whatever came out of Live Aid—millions...


Atlanta Magazine: Michelle Nunn Officially Joins CARE as new CEO

Michelle Nunn comes to CARE after leading Points of Light, a volunteer organization, for seven years.


CNN I: Helene Gayle Talks Second Nepal Quake

Dr. Helene D. Gayle, CARE’s president and CEO, gave an update on the second Nepal earthquake to CNN International’s flagship Asia Pacific morning show. 


MSNBC: CARE’s Response to Second Nepal Earthquake

CARE’s Lucy Beck spoke about Nepal’s second earthquake in a live phone interview on MSNBC’s “Live with Thomas Roberts.”


Huffington Post: Why 13-Years-Olds Shouldn't Be Married

Kiran Kochar McCabe offered a unique perspective on the problem of child marriage around the world in a Huffington Post blog.


The Takeaway: Amid Crisis, Nepalis Turn to Buddhist Culture

Lex Kassenberg, CARE Nepal’s country director, gave an on-the-ground update of CARE’s response to the Nepal Earthquake on The Takeaway. 


Los Angeles Times: Nepal Earthquake Death Toll Tops 3,700

CARE’s Santosh Sharma tells The Los Angeles Times about the early impact of the Nepal earthquake: “People have been pooling their resources together, but there will soon be...


CNN: CARE CEO Helene Gayle Addresses Nepal Earthquake

Helene Gayle, president and CEO of CARE, tells CNN what CARE teams are doing to assess the situation on the ground in Nepal.