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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.


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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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12/8/14

Typhoon Hagupit: From Being Afraid to Being Prepared

CARE Philippines staff Rona Casil shares her experience with Typhoon Hagupit. 



“Not another Haiyan, please!”, was my first thought when I learned about a potential Read More

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11/6/14

Typhoon Haiyan: Returning to Normalcy After a Harsh Year

It’s been almost one year since I was last in Tacloban on the Philippines island of Leyte. A few days after typhoon Haiyan – one of the strongest storms ever recorded – made landfall, I arrived in Read More

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11/3/14

Recovering after disasters: Why ‘building back safer’ is better than ‘building back better’

After natural disasters the phrase ‘Build Back Better’ is a constant refrain from politicians, donors, aid agencies and the media. This short, alliterative phrase has captured the imagination Read More

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5/8/14

Typhoon Haiyan: Photos from Six Months Later

Six months after Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Philippines, CARE has reached over 300,000 people with livesaving aid. See how we've helped:



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5/8/14

Typhoon Haiyan: Videos from Six Months Later

Six months after the devastating Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, people are rebuilding with the help of CARE.See how the survivors are building back safer with CARE's shelter repair kits: Read More

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