ATLANTA (October 22, 2012) - With the presidential debate focused on U.S.
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ATLANTA (October 11, 2012) - On behalf of the more than 10,000 people who signed CARE's petition asking Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for increased political and...
Leila Janah and Dr. Musimbi Kanyoro join CARE's board of directors to further its mission of empowering women and girls in the fight against global poverty
Take a Stand Against Humanitarian Crises With CARE and the One Million Bones Challenge at the Museum of Tolerance
Family Sunday event at the Museum of Tolerance features hands-on art project, photography exhibit, celebrity guest and more
Humanitarian response still severely underfunded despite billions promised
Innovative partnership will use mobile phones to bring full-service banking to savings groups in Tanzania for the first time
PORT-AU-PRINCE (August 27, 2012) – Though damage from Tropical Storm Isaac was less than feared, the global humanitarian organization CARE is working to meet the needs of...
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ATLANTA (August 7, 2012) - CARE says an $806 million funding gap is threatening to derail the international community's efforts to address the current food crisis and boost...
CARE calls for total protection of women and girls