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2/1/17

NPR: Three Ways Trump’s Travel Ban Could Affect Humanitarian Aid Workers

President Trump’s recent executive order on travel and immigration will impact the work of humanitarian aid organizations, according to NPR. Nick Osborne, CARE’s vice...

1/12/17

Devex: Development's design challenge: Before creating new projects, scale what works

Scale X Design Accelerator is CARE’s challenge for innovators to implement better solutions that are holding back poor countries. The winning team will receive $150,000 to go...

12/30/16

Fox 5: End of Year Tax Savings

In a Good Day Atlanta segment on year-end tax planning, a local Fox 5 reporter suggests donating to charities like CARE. Purchasing a goat for a family in a country in need...

12/28/16

Los Angeles Times: South Sudan just avoided a U.N. arms embargo. But can it dodge famine and genocide?

Some 4.6 million people in South Sudan face severe hunger and malnutrition amid growing ethnic tension.

12/19/16

CBS 46: Aleppo hitting home in metro Atlanta

The dramatic images of Syrians evacuating besieged Aleppo is sparking Atlantans to lend a helping hand to Syrian refugee families in Georgia. And Atlanta-based CARE is...

12/15/16

ABC 7 Good Morning Washington: "7 Days of Giving" with CARE

Rachael Leman, CARE’s senior director of citizen advocacy, discusses ways to donate time and money to CARE with Good Morning Washington host Larry Smith. Watch the full...

12/15/16

Sun Sentinel: Hurricane Matthew's devastation lingers in Haiti; South Florida groups offer relief

Two months after Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti, Haitians are still picking up the pieces.

12/14/16

MarketWatch.com: Here’s Why Americans Are Giving More Money Than Ever to Charity

In response to the recent U.S. presidential election, a quarter (25 percent) of Americans either already have or plan to increase their support for nonprofits and charities,...

12/12/16

PBS Newshour: In Drought-stricken Malawi, Rains just Don't Come

The World Food Program has declared its highest level emergency for Southern Africa where drought has destroyed crops and harvests leaving 28 million people in need of...

12/12/16

Washington Post: An Unexpected Result of Yemen's War; More Men are Cooking and Cleaning

Yemen is one of the worst countries in the world for women and girls, but since the war arrived in March 2015, the roles of women have seen a dramatic shift. Now many  ...

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