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Women Must be at the Center of Ebola Response
Today a major international donor conference is taking place in Brussels to plan the rebuilding of Ebola hit countries. Having just recently returned from Sierra Read More
Don’t Touch: Life in Ebola Stricken Sierra Leone
“Don’t touch.” I hear this slogan over and over again here in Sierra Leone. I am on a visit with my colleagues from CARE Sierra Leone and our regional office for Western Africa to meet Read More
Orphaned by Ebola: A Life in Limbo
While assessing the effects of Ebola on the lives of children in Moyamba district, Southern Sierra Leone, I met 17-year-old Josephine Ngagba. Her story broke my heart. But it also strengthened Read More
CARE Ecuador's Work to Address Violence Against Women
Violence against women is a common global problem, and is a flagrant violation of human rights. We need to unit to exercise pressure in the fight against violence in our country, and throughout Read More
Adam Poulter: Dadaab Blog 5
Adam Poulter, Emergency Response Manager for CARE Australia
As a humanitarian worker for the past sixteen years I have seen some pretty shocking scenes. Before Read More
CARE Celebrates the 100th Anniversary of International Women”s Day
On March 8, CARE kicked off its 2011 Conference and International Women's Day Celebration in Washington D.C. with a tribute concert by recording artists India.Arie, Michael Franti, American Read More
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
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
Why Do I Care?
Sean Camoni offers insight and reflection following his advocacy efforts on the Hill for CARE's 2008 National Conference.
Senator Menendez was fighting a cold. A large contingent Read More