CARE highlights ten neglected humanitarian crises around the world in latest report
Congressional Staffers Visit Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire with CARE to See Lifesaving Health Programs
A delegation of Congressional staffers travels with CARE to see how U.S. investments are paying off with better health outcomes for women and their families.
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Day Two of the CARE National Conference began on a somber note, as panelists discussed CARE’s role in a tumultuous world. As with CARE’s mission itself, central to the morning discussion was the vulnerability — also the strength and potential — of women and girls, particularly in a crisis.
Bookending Day One of the 2016 CARE National Conference, two plenary sessions captured the imagination and hearts of more than 400 volunteer advocates who “traveled some distance and put aside obligations, because you believe in the imperative to overcome poverty and achieve social justice,” said
WASHINGTON—Faced with an unprecedented global humanitarian crisis that is stretching aid agencies to the brink, a group of leading U.S.
Bipartisan Delegation Travels with CARE to visit Women’s Health Programs in the Great Lakes Region of Central Africa
Bipartisan delegation travels with CARE to see how U.S. development investments are paying off in better health outcomes for women and girls in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).