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UN Commission on the Status of Women
Strong voices unite to call for gender equality and climate action.
I am proud to be with our CARE International delegation together with over 9,000 participants from Read More
Linking communities through social media: Experiences from the IGATE project in Zimbabwe
Working across 467 schools can be a challenge.Â When those schools are scattered across rural areas of Zimbabwe, the complexities grow even larger.Â In addressing the challenge, the IGATE Read More
Gender Based Violence Can Become Just a Memory
We sat down with Perusi, a SASA! and, Emmanuel, a member of Abatangamuco to discuss how their lives before and after entering these programs.
Remorsefully, Emmanuel talked about Read More
A Goat Can Make You Happy
We asked women what changes they wanted to see in their lives. Their answers might surprise you.
Reading through the pile of documents at work today, I ran across a remarkable truth—a goat Read More
A Husband is the Most Important Diploma
I'm Consolata, and I am 37 years old. I only completed the 6th grade when my parents withdrew me from school. They said, “6 years of education for a girl is enough. The most important diploma Read More
Why Activism? How “16 Days” Highlights Tools to End Gender-Based Violence
by Milkah Kihunah
Milkah Kihunah is a Senior Policy Adviser on Gender and Empowerment with CARE USA. In this role she conducts policy analysis and advocacy on issues of women’s Read More
Why I Joined 50,000 Other People in the Journey to Rio
By Kevin Henry, Project Coordinator, "Where the Rain Falls"
June 20, 2012, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
World renowned musician, Michael Franti, wrote about the CARE National Conference and Celebration on the Huffington post
Time for Passion and Strategy on Climate Change by Michael Franti
Ok, here's the deal. I remember reading Read More