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Taking the Issue of Forced Child Marriage to Congress
I”m afraid I might become one of those people. You know, those people. The ones that you start to have a conversation about the weather, the price of fresh produce, and it always comes back to Read More
A Voice from Nairobi
Posted by: Staci Dixon at 9:55AM EST on April
2002, I attended my first MicroCredit Summit in Cote d”Ivoire.
It consisted of a few Read More
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
Hunger Looms in Ethiopia
nearly two weeks of visiting rural communities and meeting with local CARE staff
and health workers. My first trip ever to this Read More
The Next Step...
$0With renewed enthusiasm and support, American voters have asked for change. Elected officials from all political parties will come together soon to deliver on the hopes and dreams of their Read More
Chellie Pingree Discusses Global Poverty
Here is what Chellie Pingree (ME-01) had to say...
One of the most effective strategies for addressing maternal health is to focus on strengthening health systems. Do you support Read More
Will Cambodia Follow Ethiopia”s Step?
Making a Difference - Seeing Results from Our Work on the Hill
The FY08/09 Emergency Supplemental Spending
Bill, signed into law by President Bush on Monday, June 30, will enable Read More
Advocating on the Hill; Now that's What I Call Empowerment
As a group leader at CARE's annual national conference held last week in Washington, D.C., Deesha Dyer led a delegation of six Pennsylvanians and two CARE staff through a whirlwind day of Read More