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CARE and WWF staff inspect the remains of a turtle shell on one of the islands of the Segundas island archipelago in Mozambique. Turtles like this are often snared in a net and taken for food or to make jewelry and other trinkets from its shell. Cathy Ril
4/22/16

CARE-WWF Alliance and A Tale of Two Turtles

By Cathy Riley

 

A small gasp of excitement went up from our team of visitors today as the captain of our boat pointed out a marine turtle swimming nearby, through the shimmering Read More

3/9/16

Leading the Charge: Supporting Powerful Women in the Fight Against Hunger and Climate Change

Earlier this week, the US showed that it’s ready to help lead in the fight against climate change, making its first contribution of $500 million to the Green Climate Fund. And it couldn’t have Read More

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3/10/15

Anastacia Makes Things Happen

International Women’s Day might be my favorite day of the year. It gives me a chance to reflect on all of the amazing women that I get to work with every day.


 This isn’t just Read More

1/26/15

Malawi: Recounting the Loss From Flood Disaster

Mathews Damiano hails from Brighton village in traditional authority Mbenje in Nsanje. The devastating effects of floods that hit Nsanje district did Read More

1/26/15

Malawi: A Story of Loss

​At Nyachilenda campsite we met Grace Lawrence, a 20-year old woman from Nyachikanda village, traditional authority Ndamera in Nsanje. She and her Read More

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6/21/12

Why I Joined 50,000 Other People in the Journey to Rio

Rio+20 Conference Center. Photo: CARE/Stefan Mielke

By Kevin Henry, Project Coordinator, "Where the Rain Falls"
June 20, 2012, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

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8/11/11

Mozambique: Week 4

By Trond Skramstad

My fourth week in Mozambique was spent in the northern part of the country.We visited with financial services businesses, NGOs and VSLA groups in and around the towns of Read More

1/3/11

One student making a difference with CARE Ecuador

Chloe Bobar grew up in the small New Hampshire town of Charlestown and graduated from Fall Mountain Regional High School in June 2010.

Instead of heading straight to college, she decided to Read More

1/3/11

One student's experience working with CARE Ecuador

Chloe Bobar grew up in the small New Hampshire town of Charlestown and graduated from Fall Mountain Regional High School in June 2010. She's now living in rural Ecuador and working with CARE as a Read More

9/20/10

From the Big Easy to the Big Apple

From the Big Easy to the Big Apple:Local to Global Impacts of Climate Change

I just arrived in Read More

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