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10/7/13

CBS Atlanta – CARE Action Network Women Witness CARE’s Work in the Field

This week CBS Atlanta News has looked at how people in our community touch lives through CARE. The non-profit committed to ending extreme global poverty is celebrating 20...

9/26/13

Too Young to Wed: Empowering Girls as Leaders of Tomorrow

“I want to make sure girls have their rights and are not forced into marriage. What are you going to do?” 17 year-old Farwa asks UN delegates. Read The Article

9/24/13

Can the Success of Empowering Women be Measured with a Yardstick?: Seven Questions for Helene Gayle

A few years ago in Nairobi, Kenya, I met Helene Gayle, President and CEO of CARE. She invited me to see firsthand the work that CARE was leading in Kibera, the largest slum...

9/24/13

Is Giving Back in Your Work Ethic? (video)

CARE CEO and President, Helene Gayle talks about her career fighting global poverty and illness. Read The Article

9/19/13

Women Still Scarce in Egypt’s Constitution Process

CAIRO, Egypt (WOMENSENEWS)-- Egypt is writing its second constitution in as many years, and the makeup of the 50-person committee has activists worried that gender equality...

9/19/13

Child Brides: We Cannot Afford to Ignore Their Plight

When I first met Genet, it was hard to believe she was actually 13. She was incredibly small physically - no taller than my 7-year-old son -- and intensely shy.

9/18/13

In Jordan, Women's Small Change Makes Big Change and a Step Toward the MDGs

"I didn't understand how to save. I'd spend small amounts on nothing," says Mysoon Al Harthy, a 45-year-old Iraqi refugee woman living in Jordan. "Now I have a lot of savings...

9/17/13

The Emerging Refugee Crisis in Syria

The political and diplomatic crisis in Syria have caught the world's attention.  But the continuing conflict is also producing a humanitarian crisis:  millions of refugees.  ...

9/17/13

Helene Gayle: Meet the CEO Feeding the World

Helene Gayle must be one of the few chief executives who dreams of a world where her job doesn't exist. Read The Article

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