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12/12/11

The status of motherhood in the US- time for change!

All is not well with the status of motherhood in the United States. While we”ve become more empowered in our right to choose whether or not we want children and how we balance family life, Read More

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11/28/11

Clean Water and Money Begin to Flow

In the highlands of Ethiopia, a group of 19 people sit in a circle in their communal field. In the middle of the circle are four coloured plates and a tin box with two locks.

This is Read More

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9/19/11

The “Singing Wells’ Fall Silent

By Yohannes Jarso, Emergency Program Manager, CARE Ethiopia, Borana Field Office

September 2011

The Borana region of Ethiopia is known for its deep traditional wells that are Read More

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8/26/11

Adam Poulter: Dadaab Blog 5

Adam Poulter, Emergency Response Manager for CARE Australia

August 2011

As a humanitarian worker for the past sixteen years I have seen some pretty shocking scenes. Before Read More

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8/8/11

The different shapes of drought

Even though the fields of East Haraghe look green, the area has been gripped by a drought due to insufficient rainy seasons.

By Sandra Bulling

Green plots of land cover Read More

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7/26/11

“All that counts is to save human life’

Sandra Bulling, CI Communications Officer

July, 2011

In Borena in southern Ethiopia the last two rainy seasons have brought no water. The drought took one third of all Read More

7/19/11

“The need for food assistance is increasing at alarming rate’

Engda Asha, Emergency Project Manager for CARE Ethiopia
July 15, 2011

Engda Asha, Emergency Project Manager for CARE Ethiopia in West Hararghe, gives an update on the Read More