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9/26/16

Atlanta NPR: Closer look, Michelle Nunn

CARE President and CEO Michelle Nunn appeared on WABE, Atlanta's NPR station to discuss her first year at CARE, crises that CARE is responding to and her future goals for the...

9/19/16

TIME: 3 Ways President Obama Can Help Refugees

On the eve of the first-ever Leaders’ Summit on Refugees, CARE’s President and CEO, Michelle Nunn, writes “3 Ways President Obama Can Help Refugees” in an opinion piece...

9/16/16

AJC: Walking locally can help girls globally

Michelle Nunn, CARE’s President and CEO, encourages Atlantans to walk for girls at CARE’s Walk In Her Shoes fundraising event in an opinion piece in The Atlanta-Journal...

8/26/16

CBS 46: Positively Georgia, Breastfeeding Education

Breastfeeding is on the rise nationally, but rates are low in Georgia. CBS 46, the local Atlanta CBS affiliate, covered CARE’s recent World Breastfeeding Month panel...

8/22/16

Michelle Nunn, President and CEO of CARE talks to CNN about the humanitarian crisis in Syria.

The war in Syria has created the greatest humanitarian crisis since World War II. In an interview with CNN, Michelle Nunn, CARE’s president and CEO, says the latest jarring...

7/31/16

New international food initiative got a political push from Georgia

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution highlighted how several Georgia entities, including CARE and U.S. Sen Johnny Isakson (R-GA), joined forces to get the Global Food Security...

7/12/16

South Sudan Cease-Fire Takes Hold; 'Several Hundred' Dead After Clashes

NBC News reported on the recent violence in Juba, South Sudan, where several hundred more people have died...  Fred McCray, county director for CARE, described his experience...

7/11/16

South Sudan appears to be sliding back into war

LA Times reported on South Sudan’s heavy fighting in Juba, South Sudan’s capitol. “No one wants to leave. But the situation has gotten so dangerous and unpredictable here,”...

6/16/16

Rollingout: CARE’s Joyce Adolwa speaks up for girls’ education at the State of Women Summit.

Joyce Adolwa, CARE’s director of education programming, spoke to Rollingout.com about her role at the first-ever United State of Women Summit.

5/25/16

Yahoo News: Former WWII refugees send letters of hope to Syrians

Gunter Nitsch, a former WWII refugee recalls being forced to live in labor camps and illegally crossing in Germany to a refugee camp. But he also remembers the hope he felt...

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