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2/17/09

Cynthia Awuor on Climate Change

CARE USA is engaged in advocacy to build support for leadership from the USG on Climate Change domestically and internationally. Toward that end we invited Cynthia Awuor, Climate change focal Read More

2/17/09

Madagascar, the Island of “Mora Mora’, Faces More

And it”s not over yet. A ravishing island nation of intense contrasts – immense poverty embedded in luscious landscapes, people who are gentle and smiling, in spite of the deadly cyclones they Read More

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2/4/09

NEPAL: Climate Change Vulnerability Training

By Cynthia Awuor, CARE Climate Change Focal Point for Eastern and Central Africa

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2/2/09

Confirmation Hearings and CARE”s Priority Issues

Following last week”s Senate confirmation for Susan Rice as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nation”s and Hillary Rodham Clinton to be the 67th Secretary of State, Deputy Secretary of the State Read More

1/29/09

Dad, why did my friend die?

Saturday was the first day of school for my children. My 12-year-old son Yazan is in the 6th grade. He went to school and realized he had lost six schoolmates. One of the boys used to sit at the Read More

1/29/09

My Journey to Inauguration

1/27/09

Disaster and Displacement: The Human Face of Climate Change

On February 11, I will join my CARE colleague, Cynthia Awuor, and demographers Alex de Sherbinin and Susana Adamo to give a briefing on Capitol Hill about the human face of climate change. I am Read More

1/22/09

A Request for President Obama

Written by Christy Turlington Burns.

It's time to get rid of a policy that kills women around the world.
As we gear up for the new year ahead and new leadership
in the Read More

1/14/09

An Update on Jawad Harb in Gaza

After surviving the Read More

1/13/09

The Bombs Came Today – There Is Nowhere to Go

GAZA (January 13, 2009, 6:15 p.m) - The leaflets came yesterday, telling us our neighbourhood would be attacked. The whole population of the area is terrified. We have nowhere to go. My Read More

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