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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
Why I Joined 50,000 Other People in the Journey to Rio
By Kevin Henry, Project Coordinator, "Where the Rain Falls"
June 20, 2012, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
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
Poverty and Climate Change - How You Can Help
by Dr. Helene Gayle, CARE president and CEO
Climate change has the potential to wipe out the last 25 years of development gains in some parts of the world. As the number of Read More
My first lesson in the realities of poverty and global inequality came on a trip to Guatemala when I was four years old. My father, a doctor, had volunteered for a rural medical project, and Read More
A Nutty Idea that Just Might Work
“Extreme poverty can be ended in our lifetime.’
If you believe this, you are:
a) Optimistic bordering on delusional.
b) A Read More