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Razia Jan, Afghan Female Educator, Needs Your Help

Dear CARE Friends,

I was hoping to pass along this story of a courageous woman, Razia Jan, who has built and sustains’”in the face a great danger’”the first (and only) all girls school in Read More

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Haiti: CARE Provides for Clean Water After Hurricane Sandy

A boy pushes a bike through a flooded street in Léogâne, Haiti. © 2012 CARE

While the East Coast of the United States is currently bracing for the arrival of Hurricane Read More

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Lifting a burden from hard-working Ethiopian women

It takes a lot of strength to carry 55 pounds of water for
more than four hours across eastern Ethiopia”s arid highlands. It also takes particular
strength to Read More


Students Use Data from CARE and Tableau Software to Create Visualizations

Access Africa is a CARE signature program to scale the Village Savings and Loan approach in 39 sub-Saharan African countries. The program started in 2008 with the aim to reach 30 million people. Read More

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“This box is a painkiller.’

By Suzanne Berman, CARE Field Coordinator

Siaya is a town twenty miles from Lake Victoria, in Western Kenya. I am in town to visit community groups that my CARE Kenya Read More


Meaningfull data visualisation: Access Africa and Tableau Software partnership

CARE”s Access Africa Program and Tableau Software are partnering to launch the Tableau Student Data Challenge. The purpose of the contest is to turn data into a beautiful story-telling tool using Read More


Why I Stand on a Bridge

On March 8, International Women”s Day, women around the world will gather on bridges as Read More