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10/2/14

In The Quest To Make A Difference, 'A Path Appears'

Everyone wants to "make a difference" but with an overwhelming array of charitable causes and organizations, the question is: how? Journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl...

10/2/14

The Sad Hidden Plight of Child Grooms

The consequences of early marriage on young girls are well known, but millions of underage boys are also married off each year—and there is little research on their fates. ...

10/2/14

Alicia Keys Asks: Why Are We Here?

Alicia Keys is a superstar singer who has mostly kept her clothes on and gossip off.

10/1/14

UNFCCC and Post-2015 Development: More Than the Sum of the Parts

There is no denying the fundamental and inextricable link between climate change and development.

9/9/14

The Huffington Post - While Most Kids Wrapped Up 1st Week Of School, 31 Million Girls Were Kept Out Of Classrooms

Across the globe, students stocked up on fresh supplies and caught up with old classmates last week. But for 31 million girls, there were no teachers to meet, no first-day...

9/2/14

CNN - Cost of containing Ebola on the rise (video)

CARE Pres. and CEO, Dr. Helene Gayle, discusses the dangerous economic fallout from West Africa's Ebola outbreak.

8/19/14

Stretched to the limit: three months on from Oslo Donor Conference, massive increase in humanitarian funding urgently needed for South Sudan

Three months on from the Oslo Humanitarian Pledging Conference for South Sudan, aid agency CARE International is deeply concerned that aid funding remains alarmingly low for...

8/19/14

Saporta Report - Humanitarian Relief and the American Way

The migration of 60,000 unaccompanied children to the United States from Central America this year has been rightly dubbed a humanitarian crisis by observers across the...

8/15/14

The Washington Post - New fighting hits South Sudan

NAIROBI, Kenya — After a lull of several weeks, fighting broke out in South Sudan on Friday, forcing aid workers to take cover in a city where more than 40,000 civilians are...

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