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NBC Nightly News: One Week After U.N. Ceasefire, 100 Dead in Syrian Bombing

Bombings continue in Eastern Ghouta, Syria, despite a ceasefire resolution from the U.N. Hundreds of civilians have been killed in recent weeks during a war that is now in...


Devex: Scale X Design: Is this the accelerator the aid sector needs?

Devex featured CARE’s Scale X Design pitch night celebration at Stanford, describing it as “not your average Silicon Valley pitch competition.” 


PBS: These 10 humanitarian crises got the least attention last year

PBS published an extensive story on CARE’s “Suffering in Silence” report highlighting the 10 most underreported humanitarian crises of 2017.


Lenny Letter: The App Teaching Cambodian Garment Workers About Their Sexual Health

Elana Berkowitz, CARE’s innovator in residence, was featured in a Q&A by the feminist news site Lenny Letter about Chat! Contraception, a CARE sexual and reproductive...


PBS NewsHour: In Niger, women pool money to build business

PBS NewsHour featured CARE in a story that highlights the success of Aichatou Bako, a CARE VSLA (Village Savings & Loan Programmes in Africa) participant who after...


The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Faith leaders say president’s alleged comments make aid work harder

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution featured Michelle Nunn, president and CEO of CARE, in a story about the reaction to President Trump’s alleged recent comments on Haiti and...


NPR: ‘A Hideous Milestone In The 21st Century’: Cholera Cases In Yemen Pass 1 Million

Johan Mooij, CARE Yemen’s country director, was quoted in an NPR story about the staggering numbers of cholera cases in war-torn Yemen, in which the resulting devastation has...


Cosmopolitan: “They Killed My Baby”: One Woman’s Horrifying Journey Through the Rohingya Crisis

Siobh’an Foran, a CARE emergencies coordinator in Bangladesh, was quoted in a Cosmopolitan story about the traumatic childbirth of Sayeda Begum, a Myanmar refugee who was...


NPR: How Bad Are Things In Yemen? We Asked An Aid Worker Holed Up In A Basement

Johan Mooij, CARE Yemen’s country director, spoke to NPR, while sheltering from airstrikes during intensified fighting in the Middle Eastern country.


The New York Times: For the Holidays, Pull a Tooth or Save a Life

CARE was featured in the The New York Times’ Nicholas Kristof’s annual “gifts with meaning” guide for this year’s holiday season.