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Celebrating humanitarian action this Thanksgiving

This week, Americans are heading into Thanksgiving, a holiday where most of us eat way too much and celebrate the gifts we have in life, our families and friends, and the things we appreciate. It’s an important moment to remember that millions of people around the world are struggling to meet the very basics—including having enough food to eat at all. One of the things I am thankful for every year is the fact that CARE is able to do as much as we do to change that situation, and help the people who need it most build solutions in their own lives.

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New CARE analysis highlights disturbing correlation between hunger and violence against women  

The combination of hunger, reduced incomes and the skyrocketing cost of living creates huge amounts of stress on households and, devastatingly, women and girls are paying the price.

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Four ways gender-based violence is making the hunger crisis worse (and what you can do to help break the cycle)

Rates of gender-based violence increased dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the crisis has only been compounded by the pressures of an ongoing global hunger catastrophe fueled by climate change, resource scarcity, and increased commodity costs. This violence is rooted in gender inequality—and without addressing inequality, women will continue to be both hungry and at risk of violence. CARE’s new report, GBV & Food Insecurity, highlights the many ways these two challenges are inextricably linked.

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