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Asha Gomez of Cardamom Hill in Atlanta, Georgia, treated guests at the 16th Southern Foodways Symposium last October to a Country Captain Thali Tray Lunch, a meal embracing...
Three years into the conflict in Syria, more than 5 million of the country's children are living as refugees -- often in the most dire of circumstances. This week, however,...
How American food aid can hurt local farmers
An Atlanta chef hopes to help transform lives and raise awareness of communities struggling around the world through CARE.
When Ediliya heard about a network of women established to empower them to stand up and challenge certain practices that hinder their progress in life, she joined it.
Check out these great letters to the editor by members of the CARE Action Network.
CARE is grooming a new set of global ambassadors fighting hunger with a new view of food.
We explore where food aid fits into U.S. diplomatic strategy, and how this new legislation affects, and doesn't affect, the status quo.
Microsoft's Lori Harnick, CARE USA President and CEO Helene Gayle and United Nations Foundation President and CEO Kathy Calvin sat down together with HuffPost Live at Davos...