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4/11/18

Ox Fattening Builds a Family's Livelihood

“I am now the ox fattening expert in my village. I give advice to my neighbors on how to feed and care for oxen,” says Menen Aleme, a 42-year-old mother of six who lives in the Libo Kemkem Woreda Read More

4/11/18

Growing Together Through Work...and Chickens

Commitment, hard work, economic growth, community impact: these are words one might use to describe the people running the Endeg Besera (“Let’s grow through work”) chicken farm in the Guraghe Zone Read More

4/11/18

Living Ever Bigger Dreams

“My family and I have reached the goals we set for ourselves. But we are still ambitious for more.” Tefera Ana has dramatically improved his family’s livelihood, with support from the GRAD project Read More

4/11/18

Vision Keeps the Mango VESA Growing

Forming Village Economic and Social Associations (VESAs) was a core GRAD intervention. The VESA served as a platform for transferring skills and knowledge and a venue for building mutual trust and Read More

1/21/18

Suffering in Silence – Ten Most Underreported Humanitarian Crises in 2017

Natural disasters and conflicts make headlines — yet with the highest number of refugees since World War II and with an uptick and intensification of natural disasters in the past years, many Read More

1/18/18

Restart: Life at CARE's youth shelter for male refugees in Greece

"Youth Shelter: A Home to Restart” presents our ECHO funded Youth Shelter for male refugees from 18 to 22 years old, through the eyes of two young men from Pakistan. What makes this shelter Read More

1/17/18

Refugees take first steps toward integration in Greece

By Dora Vangi, CARE Greece

One of the biggest obstacles refugees and asylum seekers face in their daily lives in Greece is the language barrier. Not being able to communicate with Read More

1/12/18

Samuel’s Trees Continue to Bear Fruit

Samuel Abreha, a 43-year-old mother of three, used to depend on the government safety net and some income from her farm to feed her family. Now she’s famous in the Raya Azebo district of Tigray in Read More

11/17/17

Aziza was in the room

Sometimes at meetings in CARE, we leave one chair at the table empty. That chair represents Aziza, a hypothetical or representative woman on whose behalf CARE works and advocates for an end to Read More

Woman and child
10/30/17

The Double Burden of Malnutrition -- a Guest Blog

CARE continues to raise awareness of the challenge we face today in ending hunger and malnutrition in all its forms in the face of climate change, conflict, and inequality, particularly gender Read More

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