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7/25/14

WSB News - Atlanta human rights leaders inspired by civil rights movement

A picture of a 10-year-old married Ethiopian girl haunts local aid workers.  It also pushes them to fight for a world where instead of becoming child brides, little girls...

7/21/14

UN Dispatch - Episode 26: Helene Gayle

The CEO of CARE, USA Helene Gayle is on the line this week. The medical doctor from upstate New York tells me how she became the head of one of the largest international...

7/17/14

LA Times - In Kenya, Somalis at Refugee Camp Languish with Limited Options

At night he dreams of the sea. As a young man, Noor Hassan Shanglo spent years working on cargo ships that carried apples and oranges from South Africa to ports across Europe...

7/10/14

Mashable - South Sudan's Bloody Anniversary

Three years ago this week, the people of South Sudan danced in the streets to celebrate the birth of their nation.

6/16/14

Upworthy - It Takes One Look At How The U.S. Sends Food To Countries In Need To See What's Not Working

At a time when we can buy stuff online by pushing a button and have it at our doorstep within two days, it’s hard to imagine having to wait up to four months for your food.

6/16/14

Son, this is how to be a man

Michael Alandu is the governance advisor for CARE International in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He wrote this open letter to his three-year-old son, John Paul,...

6/9/14

The Daily Beast - Victims No More: Congo’s Badass Women Mechanics

Girls in the devastated city of Goma, “the rape capital of the world,” are breaking stereotypes to find work—and independence—as car mechanics and carpenters.

5/30/14

Helene Gayle, #78 on Forbes List of 100 Most Powerful Women

When Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines in November 2013 CARE was on the ground within days providing food, shelter and supplies.

5/12/14

Houston Chronicle: Gayle - Progress Continues in Fight Against AIDS

"When I started my career at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the mid-1980s, AIDS was a newly discovered virus and people counseled me to stay away. They...

5/7/14

Congressman Jeff Fortenberry - Fort Report: Two Pathways

Rep. Fortenberry of  Nebraska, who recently traveled with CARE, writes  about the importance of foreign aid after visiting programs in Guatemala and Honduras. “We benefit...

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