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10/16/09

Thinking of Climate Change

By Adotei Akwei

Thinking of Climate Change is not easy it sounds so big, so insurmountable, and it seems so far away. Here in the United States the idea that we are connected and impacted Read More

7/22/09

A most meaningful gift

Blog on her recent trip to Ghana by Sarah Blizzard, Development Writer, CARE

Today, I received one of the most meaningful gifts I have ever been given – a bouquet of flowers from the Girls Read More

7/15/09

What do cocoa farmers and school kids have in common?

Blog on her recent trip to Ghana by Sarah Blizzard, Development Writer, CARE

CARE works with farmers in the Ashanti region of Ghana to help improve cocoa yields and educational Read More

7/10/09

My first day in Ghana

Blog by Sarah Blizzard, Development Writer, CARE

After several days of traveling to and within Ghana, I finally reached the community of Yaroyiri in the Northern Region of the country. To Read More

5/7/09

Something Exciting This Year

Real quick – I forgot to tell you something exciting about Day 1 of the CARE Conference. My first year, 2007, I noticed that there weren”t many Black women here and I really, really was concerned Read More

5/5/09

Afternoon 1 Coming to a Close

Real quick – I forgot to tell you something exciting about Day 1 of the CARE Conference. My first year, 2007, I noticed that there weren”t many Black women here and I really, really was concerned Read More

4/28/09

World renowned musician, Michael Franti, wrote about the CARE National Conference and Celebration on the Huffington post

Time for Passion and Strategy on Climate Change by Michael Franti

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michael-franti/time-for-passion-and-stra_b...

Ok, here's the deal. I remember reading Read More

2/25/09

Members of Congress and Humanitarian Coalition Launch Roadmap to End Global Hunger

WASHINGTON D.C. (February 24, 2009) - The United States remains
in a unique position to mitigate the devastating effects of the
worldwide recession on the poorest of Read More

2/17/09

Madagascar, the Island of “Mora Mora’, Faces More

And it”s not over yet. A ravishing island nation of intense contrasts – immense poverty embedded in luscious landscapes, people who are gentle and smiling, in spite of the deadly cyclones they Read More