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11/12/15 CARE and Kellogg discuss Global Food Security Act of 2015

CEO’s of the world’s leading cereal company and the organization that gave birth to the original CARE Package, tell readers how the Global Food Security Act...


CNN iReport: Trapped at the Serbian/Hungarian Border

On Sept. 17, Hungarian police fired water cannons and tear gas on refugees trying to cross a newly reinforced Serbian/Hungarian border.


New York Times: Charities Say U.S. Should Take Tens of Thousands of Syrians

Nick Osborne, CARE’s vice president for international programs, told The New York Times that it was “important to look beyond the numbers” of disp


CNN: World’s Eyes Finally Opened on Refugee Crisis

Michelle Nunn, president and CEO of CARE, penned an op-ed on, calling for a “global movement” to respond to the “staggeringly large humanitarian crisis” facing Syrian...


CNN International: CARE CEO on Syrian Refugee Crisis

Michelle Nunn, president and CEO of CARE, tells CNN International about her recent trip to Jordan and Turkey where CARE works to assist Syrian refugees.


MSNBC: CARE’s Holly Frew on Syrian Refugee Crisis

Holly Frew, CARE’s emergency communications officer, appeared on MSNBC to explain how Americans can best help refugees.  


PRI: Months after deadly quakes, Nepal's problems are only multiplying

Lex Kassenberg, the country director for CARE Nepal, informs Public Radio International that landslides and the monsoon season in Nepal are more unpredictable than ever...


South Sudan’s Fourth Birthday

This month marks South Sudan’s fourth birthday but there’s not much to celebrate. The world’s youngest country is mired in a civil war that has displaced more than 2 million...


The Atlantic: The Legacy of Live Aid, 30 Years Later

Elizabeth McLaughlin, a country director for CARE, credits Live Aid for influencing her to leave her former career as a stockbroker.  “Whatever came out of Live Aid—millions...


Atlanta Magazine: Michelle Nunn Officially Joins CARE as new CEO

Michelle Nunn comes to CARE after leading Points of Light, a volunteer organization, for seven years.