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8/7/18

Beyonce considers womanhood, motherhood for Vogue

Beyonce made history this week with a boundary-busting Vogue magazine takeover brought to life by 23-year-old photographer Tyler Mitchell. The article, captured in first person, is Read More

CARE is supporting hundreds of families at a health facilitation center in Chad with family planning info and services.
7/11/18

On World Population Day, Reaffirming CARE’s Commitment to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

 

In 1968 at the International Conference on Human Rights, family planning was declared a human right. Today, we mark the 50th anniversary of World Population Day and we celebrate this Read More

PHOTO 1 FARMERS LISTENING TO CARES AGRI-CULTURAL EXTENSION OFFICER; …. THE IM-PORTANCE OF SHADE TO VANILLA.
6/4/18

Madagascar's Flavors of Despair and Hope

Madagascar delivers close to 80% of the globally traded Vanilla, and approximately 90% of this is produced by smallholder farmers in Antalaha and Cape East. As you drive along the almost non- Read More

5/31/18

Supporting refugees in Greece: A small contribution to a global challenge 

Aleksandra Godziejewska was CARE’s Head of Mission in Greece during the peak of the refugee crisis from 2016-2018. Here, she reflects on progress and personal challenges.  

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4/11/18

Ensuring Sustainability By Linking Groups to Finance

Village Economic and Social Associations (VESAs) were at the core of all GRAD interventions. Overall, the project supported establishment of 2,861 VESAs with more than 62,000 members and used them Read More

4/11/18

“My continuous success motivates me for more”

“In the future, I want to lease more land, further expand my shop, and buy a vehicle.” These are aspirations that Zehara Mohammed, from the Guraghe Zone of southern Ethiopia, did not have in 2014 Read More

4/11/18

Helping smallholder farmers get better yields

“I am really satisfied when I see farmers get good yields using the inputs I sell to them,” says Sirpato Otiso, an agro-dealer who supplies agricultural inputs including vegetable seeds, animal Read More

4/11/18

Ox Fattening Builds a Family's Livelihood

“I am now the ox fattening expert in my village. I give advice to my neighbors on how to feed and care for oxen,” says Menen Aleme, a 42-year-old mother of six who lives in the Libo Kemkem Woreda Read More

4/11/18

Growing Together Through Work...and Chickens

Commitment, hard work, economic growth, community impact: these are words one might use to describe the people running the Endeg Besera (“Let’s grow through work”) chicken farm in the Guraghe Zone Read More

4/11/18

Living Ever Bigger Dreams

“My family and I have reached the goals we set for ourselves. But we are still ambitious for more.” Tefera Ana has dramatically improved his family’s livelihood, with support from the GRAD project Read More

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