4/25/17

Vice.com: Garment Factories in Bangladesh Are Trying on Gender Equality For Size

The ready-made garment industry in Bangladesh makes up 13 percent of the country's gross domestic product and has created jobs for more than 4 million workers, of which up to 85 percent are poorly educated women who are largely from rural areas, according to CARE.

3/30/17

VICE: The Teens Going Door to Door to Stop Child Marriages

In Bangladesh, six in 10 girls are still married off before the age of 18, despite the fact that child marriage is illegal there. Teens across the country are fighting back - adopting grassroots approaches like literally knocking on doors to talk to families about the perils of child marriage.

2/22/17

Congressional Staffers Visit Bangladesh with CARE to See How U.S. Investments Are Empowering Women and Girls

WASHINGTON (Feb. 22, 2017) – A group of House and Senate communications staffers traveled to Bangladesh to see how vital U.S. investments and partnerships are promoting education, health and economic opportunities for women and girls.

1/27/17

Winners of CARE’s Scale X Design Challenge Awarded $450,000 to Scale Up Solutions to Poverty

The competition, the culmination of CARE’s Scale X Design Accelerator, aims to close the gap between innovation and impact 

7/8/15

Sustainable Dairy Value Chains

Since 2007, CARE’s SDVC (Strengthening Dairy Value Chains) has worked with the generous support of the Bill & Melinda Gate’s Foundation  to improve dairy farmer’s livelihoods through improved the milk production and colle

7/7/15

SHOUHARDO Continues to Push to New Heights

Funded by USAID since 2010 in nearly 2,000 of the most vulnerable communities in Bangladesh, SHOUHARDO II builds on the successes of SHOUHARDO I, where CARE

7/6/15

CARE disaster response preparedness enables quick response to Bangladesh floods

On June 23 heavy rains in southeast Bangladesh caused severe flash floods across three districts. With over half a million people affected, CARE is already on the ground ready to assist over 5,000 of the people worst affected by the floods.

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