Child Survival

11/25/14

Bipartisan Congressional Delegation Travels with CARE to See Better Solutions to Women’s Health in Cambodia

Members of Congress witness how strong health systems create healthy, self-sufficient moms and families

1/21/14

Commonly Asked Questions About the Sahel Food Crisis

Chronic crisis?

"The world needs to accept that many parts of Niger and the Sahel are now in a state of chronic crisis," explained Barbara Jackson, Humanitarian Director, CARE International, in 2012.

10/1/13

Celebrating the World’s Children

While there is not a universal day set aside to promote the welfare of children, nations have been doing so for close to 100 years.

9/26/13

The Window of Opportunity

A child’s future is shaped within their first 1,000 days – the critical period between conception and age two. During this important period, maternal and child nutrition has a measurable, lasting impact on growth, brain development and overall health.

6/17/13

Born a Refugee

Manal, who is 30 and a Syrian refugee, gave birth to a baby in Beirut, Lebanon two months ago.

11/17/11

Fanta’s Story: Playing Her Part to Improve the Lives of Others

Fanta Bangura is 17 years old and grew up in Yiben, a rural community in the Koinadugu district. Early in her marriage, she moved to Freetown with her husband and shortly after became pregnant with their first child.

11/15/11

Aurelia’s Story: Fighting Chronic Malnutrition in Peru

Tutaya Aurelia Flores lives in Tambobamba, Peru in a community where the Window of Opportunity program is working.

Case Study: Linking Governance and Empowerment to Improved Maternal and Newborn Health Services in Nepal

Given the framework for how governance can influence the development of programs to improve health outcomes, it is important to understand the challenging situation facing Nepal’s nearly 6.6 million women of reproductive age (ages 15–49). Despite significant reductions in maternal mortality rates

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