Social Enterprises


The Power of a Good Word

Neighborhood Committees in Lebanon Show That Facing Problems Together Makes Them Conquerable


New report: 10 most under-reported humanitarian crises of 2016

CARE highlights ten neglected humanitarian crises around the world in latest report


Life After War Crisis Is Possible

MPANGA, RWANDA – It took 15 years for Gloria Kabagwira to get back to her native Rwanda, after fleeing the unrest in the mid-1990s.


Village Savings and Loan Lend a Ray of Hope for North Kivu, DRC

A few years ago, life was not so good for Kavira* - a 32 year old mother of five children. They were living on their own after being abandoned by their father four years ago.


How a women’s organization ignites hope after Haiyan

“It was our first time to grow and sell medicinal herbs. And we didn’t expect it would change our lives.”


Social Enterprise & Innovation

CARE is working to create lasting market-based solutions to poverty.

By focusing on self-sustaining business models with high social and economic impact, our social enterprise ventures can become important agents of change in communities with underdeveloped markets.


Bottom of the Pyramid Selling

"Is there anything more prestigious than business?” What would sound tin-eared from the mouth of Mitt Romney reads very differently when attributed to a woman of long-standing poverty, discussing her newly found self-respect.