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The Latest on CARE's Response to Hurricane Sandy in Haiti image 1
12/10/12

The Latest on CARE's Response to Hurricane Sandy in Haiti

Hurricane Sandy was the largest Atlantic storm ever recorded. Americans understandably view is it as an American emergency as the storm left 131 Read More

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10/31/12

Hurricane Sandy: A Tragic Statistic Proven True Again in Haiti

by Elizabeth M. Campa, Water Sanitation and Hygiene Coordinator, CARE Haiti

Flood waters surround a water pump in Léogâne, Haiti. © 2012 CARE

"Haiti is the country Read More

Haiti: CARE Provides for Clean Water After Hurricane Sandy image 1
10/29/12

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

One Year On: Food insecurity and conflict still a threat for the Horn of Africa   image 1
8/2/12

One Year On: Food insecurity and conflict still a threat for the Horn of Africa

'Let's Not Make the Same Mistakes Again'
An open letter from the Horn of Africa to the Sahel region

In advance of expected rains Fatima Read More
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7/24/12

USAID on the Horn of Africa famine

A mother gives her child water out of her hand as they arrive at a reception center in Ifo camp in Dadaab.

In a blog post marking the first year anniversary of 2011's declaration of Read More

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1/20/12

“We Don't intend to Stop’

Reshma Khan, Advocacy and Communications Assistant, CARE Kenya

Jan. 19, 2012

I still remember the 1st of May 2011. His Excellency Mwai Kibaki, the President of Kenya, Read More

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1/4/12

CARE Savings Groups Help Women Build Their Own Futures Outside Camps

Haiti – 2 year anniversary of earthquake

Like so many places in Haiti, idyllic natural beauty and the harsh reality of deep poverty collide in Tiawa.

Perched atop a Read More