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11/11/13

The Phnom Penh Post – Ethnic Minorities to Receive Bilingual Education

The government affirmed its commitment to bilingual education for ethnic minority children in Cambodia’s northern provinces at a UNESCO conference in Bangkok last week.

11/10/13

CNN - Death Toll Likely to Exceed 1,000 After Typhoon Slams Philippines

CARE in the Philippines said the agency was trying to bring in supplies.

11/10/13

WNYC: The Brian Lehrer Show - Devastation in The Philippines

CARE’s director of emergencies, talks about the relief efforts underway following typhoon Haiyan.

11/7/13

Chronicle of Philanthropy – Iconic ‘CARE Package’ Reimagined in New Marketing Push

CARE USA, the American arm of the global relief group, is reintroducing its most iconic symbol, the CARE package, in a new marketing and fundraising effort aimed at...

11/7/13

The New York Times – New Bow for CARE Packages

The CARE Package, once a familiar symbol of providing relief overseas, is being taken down from the shelf, dusted off and reimagined for a new generation.

11/7/13

The New York Times - New Bow for CARE Packages

New ads bring back the CARE Package.

11/3/13

Saporta Report – Atlanta a National Leader in Nonprofit Sector

When it comes to pure horsepower, metro Atlanta’s nonprofit sector rivals any other metro area in the United States.

10/25/13

The Guardian – Fighting Poverty: Visa Works to Open More Savings Accounts in Nigeria

A new program to employ local women as banking agents aims to boost savings and financial inclusiveness.

10/24/13

Thomson Reuters Foundation – The Forgotten Syrian Voice

For all the global attention on Syria, all the newspaper headlines, leaders’ speeches, conferences and millions of YouTube views, the voices of those bearing the heaviest...

10/24/13

Atlanta Daily World – CARE and Atlanta Celebrate 20 Years of Helping the World Together

CARE, the global poverty-fighting organization celebrated its 20th anniversary of moving its headquarters to Atlanta last Friday night at the Atlanta History Center.

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