Women's Empowerment

6/21/17

What A Long, Strange Trip it’s Been

Twenty-eight years ago I spent six months living in Rishikesh, India, with a dozen fellow college students. We spent a semester living in an ashram and studying Buddhism, Hinduism and Gandhi.

5/12/17

USA Today: Budget Cuts to Foreign Aid Hurts Mothers

CARE President and CEO Michelle Nunn co-authored an op-ed in USA Today along with Sens. Chris Coons and Jeff Merkle outlining how an investment in women has a greater long-term impact on the community.

5/10/17

CARE Welcomes Announcement of Mark Green as USAID Administrator

WASHINGTON (May 10, 2017) — The global poverty-fighting organization CARE welcomes the announcement today of Ambassador Mark Green as the new Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

4/25/17

Vice.com: Garment Factories in Bangladesh Are Trying on Gender Equality For Size

The ready-made garment industry in Bangladesh makes up 13 percent of the country's gross domestic product and has created jobs for more than 4 million workers, of which up to 85 percent are poorly educated women who are largely from rural areas, according to CARE.

4/19/17

CARE VR Film Women on the Move Released Following SXSW Premiere, Sundance Showing

Film celebrating women banding together in Niger now available on Oculus App, Facebook 360

3/16/17

CARE Sounds Alarm on President’s Budget Request, Opposes Deep Cuts to Foreign Assistance, which Saves Lives, Benefits U.S. National Security

WASHINGTON (March 16, 2017) – The global poverty-fighting organization CARE is deeply troubled by the Trump Administration’s budget request released today, which would slash funding for critical foreign assistance programs by roughly one-third in order to offset increases in defe

3/15/17

CARE Honors Former President and CEO Dr. Helene D. Gayle at Signature Event in Washington, D.C.

Symposium will feature a star-studded lineup of speakers, interactive sessions and will be live-streamed from CARE Action’s Facebook page

3/8/17

Walking with Women Worldwide

Every day, women and girls in developing countries walk an average of about four miles — many much farther — to collect water, food, firewood and other basics their families need to survive.

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