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VICE Impact: How Advocacy Leaders Banded Together to Save U.S. Foreign Aid from Trump’s Budget Cuts

The U.S. is the largest contributor of foreign aid worldwide but the Trump Administration wants to change that, announcing huge cuts to foreign assistance. Not so fast, say a...


The Hill: Lift the Jones Act and similar restrictions for humanitarian crises

Ditching a century-old law governing U.S. shipping called the "Jones Act," could feed 10 million people at no additional cost to the U.S, wrote David Ray, CARE's vice...


Inside Edition: Is There 'Donation Fatigue' For Puerto Rico After So Many Hurricanes?

Michelle Nunn, president and CEO of CARE, told the newsmagazine Inside Edition, that donations are critical to support the emergency response after a natural disaster.


The Hill: American leadership needed in global health

Rep. Ami Bera (D-Calif) wrote an op-ed in The Hill, calling for American investment in global health. Rep. Bera, who is also a physician, traveled to Jordan with CARE...


The Washington Post: Haiti has already been devastated by natural disasters, now it's bracing for Irma

Karl Paul, CARE Haiti’s country director warned about Hurricane Irma's potential disaster in Haiti in a story in the Washington Post. “Hurricane Irma could be a monster storm...


PBS Newshour: Florida, Cuba brace for wrath of Hurricane Irma

Richard Paterson, country rep for CARE in Cuba, told PBS Newshour that in preparation for Hurricane Irma, CARE was connecting with local partners and contacting suppliers for...


The New York Times: The photos the U.S. and Saudi Arabia don't want you to see

Michelle Nunn, CARE's president and CEO, was quoted in a column by the New York Times' Nicholas Kristof about the humanitarian crisis in Yemen. “The situation in Yemen is a...

8/9/17 You Probably Missed The Big Story Buried In The Latest Trump Leaks

In a op ed, Heather Higginbottom, CARE's chief operating officer, seized on the leaked transcripts of President Trump’s call with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm...


USA Today: Four years after killer typhoon, Filipinos are still picking up the pieces

After Typhoon Haiyan killed 6,300 people and left 4 million homeless in the Philippines four years ago, communities have banded together to improve their lives.