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12/1/15

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.

11/24/15

11 Alive: CARE turns 70

Michelle Nunn, CARE president and CEO, discusses CARE’s rich history in celebration of its 70th birthday with 11 Alive’s Melissa Long on Nov. 23.

11/24/15

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.

11/23/15

Fox News.com: CEO’s of Humanitarian Orgs Say “Let’s show Syrian refugees the promise of America”

Michelle Nunn, CARE president and CEO, and five other leaders of humanitarian organizations, urge Americans to assist Syrian refugees who remain in the Middle East and...

11/17/15

The Takeaway: Earthquake in Afghanistan

The Take Away radio show interviewed CARE Afghanistan’s country director, Christina Northey, about CARE’s response to the disastrous earthquake in Afghanistan on Oct. 27. 

11/12/15

Politico.com: CARE and Kellogg discuss Global Food Security Act of 2015

CEO’s of the world’s leading cereal company and the organization that gave birth to the original CARE Package, tell Politico.com readers how the Global Food Security Act...

9/17/15

CNN iReport: Trapped at the Serbian/Hungarian Border

On Sept. 17, Hungarian police fired water cannons and tear gas on refugees trying to cross a newly reinforced Serbian/Hungarian border.

9/15/15

New York Times: Charities Say U.S. Should Take Tens of Thousands of Syrians

Nick Osborne, CARE’s vice president for international programs, told The New York Times that it was “important to look beyond the numbers” of disp

9/11/15

CNN: World’s Eyes Finally Opened on Refugee Crisis

Michelle Nunn, president and CEO of CARE, penned an op-ed on CNN.com, calling for a “global movement” to respond to the “staggeringly large humanitarian crisis” facing Syrian...

9/4/15

MSNBC: CARE’s Holly Frew on Syrian Refugee Crisis

Holly Frew, CARE’s emergency communications officer, appeared on MSNBC to explain how Americans can best help refugees.  

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