Empower Her Through Education
On International Day of the Girl, We Fight to End Hunger
What does education have to do with hunger? Malnutrition affects every stage of life and has severe consequences. Chronically malnourished children face lifelong consequences in reduced mental capacity, lower retention in school and reduced lifetime earnings.
At CARE, we’re helping girls get a lifesaving education, and we are partnering with Alba Botanica®, Avalon Organics® and JĀSÖN® to do it. Each brand has an area of unique interest in helping CARE change the circumstances of so many:
- Alba Botanica® is all about girl power, and is working with CARE to find ways to unlock it.
- Avalon Organics® believes, along with CARE, that girls from all backgrounds should have access to education, so we are working to advocate for changes in local and government-level policy to make this possible.
- JĀSÖN® is standing with CARE, helping mothers and communities shape bright futures for girls as they strive to do more.
Together, we are unlocking girls potential, advocating for their rights, and standing with mothers and communities to help shape brighter futures.
LS: Hain Isabela
Sister, Daughter, Weaver and Dreamer
LS: Hain Manuela
Future Teacher and Independent Thinker
LS: Hain Pascuala
Loving Daughter, Artist, Role Model
LS: Hain Susy
Dedicated Teacher, Mentor and Community Champion
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Guiding Stars – Helping Girls Find Their Way
Millions of girls are out of school in the developing world. Violence, hunger, child marriage, or simply the belief that girls aren’t worth teaching are barriers that keep them from getting an education.
Take Action Now!
Chronically malnourished children face serious lifelong negative consequences in learning. Take action today to help hungry children succeed in school, by asking the future president to fully implement the Global Food Security Act.
CARE´s Holistic Approach to Change
A door opens to change the world: for girls, their mothers and fathers, for their communities.