5/30/14

To Share or Not to Share

This was the question when we started our program with male field staff. As part of their jobs, the male staff were out in communities challenging social norms around gender. But it was tough to talk about it amongst their own peers, because they were afraid their friends would make fun of them.

4/4/14

CARE Knows How to Charge Phones with Motorcycles

“I heard that need is the mother of invention and with this image - I saw it,” says Dilip Sarwate, a project manager who has worked for CARE India for 14 years.

11/26/13

Congressional Chiefs of Staff Visit India with CARE to Learn How U.S. Support is Improving Health and Education

WASHINGTON, D.C. (November 26, 2013) – Four U.S. Congressional chiefs of staff from Republican offices traveled with the global poverty-fighting organization CARE on a Learning Tour through rural India to explore how U.S.

10/25/13

Sangita's Second Chance to Go to School

Up until two months ago, 13-year-old Sangita Devi had never set foot in a school. She grew up in a household in India where she and her older sister assumed all of the responsibilities while her two brothers were in school.

10/18/13

Cyclone Phailin: Stories of Resilience

Because of early evacuation and other preventative measures, millions of lives on the coast of Eastern India were spared from Cyclone Phailin. But its severe storms and rainfalls did wreak havoc in the lives of many.

10/16/13

Girl Power at Its Best

When I left for Lalwi village, in Bahraich, to meet the girls of Ekta adolescent group, little did I know that I was about to discover a gold mine of inspirational stories.

10/16/13

Change Begins at Home

Thanks to the Join My Village maternal health program in India, women like Seema are learning about prenatal care and safe births in their local villages.

10/16/13

Girl Most Likely To: Teach Others to Speak Up

They expected her to stay home until she got married. She chose school instead.

 

As the oldest daughter of a poor family in a rural Indian farming community, Laxmi, age 12, was destined to do housework, watch after her four younger siblings and marry at age 14.

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