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A reminder that people, not words, are what's important
I spent two full days at the UN Climate Change Conference in Poznan. Until then my knowledge of these issues was very vague and abstract. I could barely grasp what was happening when TV cameras Read More
Death from Delivery - It Doesn't Have to Be This Way
Healthy women and babies are dying from something natural and manageable – giving birth. In the poorest parts of the world, a woman's lifetime risk of death from complications during pregnancy and Read More
Final Thoughts on Malawi
As the journey in Malawi came to an end, I was left both humbled and deeply impressed by the women I've met. One of the most moving things I heard on this trip was that women were encouraged by Read More
Women Investing in Business Together in Malawi, the "Warm Heart of Africa"
If I could summarize what I have seen in Kaundama village in just a word, it would be "harmony". I have met the delightful, inspiring members of the Namirazi women's association (named for a local Read More
Women Helping Women in the Warm Heart of Africa â”€ Creating Access to Credit Where There Was None
Photographer PhilBorgestraveled for two weeks in May to
Malawi with colleague filmmaker/photographer Smith Patrick to learn about how Read More
Standing Together at AIDS 2008
At the 2008 International AIDS conference in Mexico City,
an event the size of a small city, it is a relief to see some familiar
faces. I already knew a handful of the 30 colleagues 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
A Bang-Up Start
The day started with a bang – or a beat, in any case – for some 20 participants in this year”s CARE National Conference. These hardy souls gathered at 7 a.m., under the leadership of Read More