GENEVA (February 21, 2019)
CARE opened offices in Madagascar in 1992 with a mission to address the root causes of poverty among Madagascar’s poorest communities. We identified these root causes as social exclusion, lack of access to basic resources and services, poor governance, and gender inequality.
Climate Change Plays Major Role in Top 10 Underreported Humanitarian Crises of 2018, New CARE Report Shows
GENEVA (February 21, 2019) - Today the international aid organization, CARE, launched a new report highlighting the ten most underreported humanitarian crises of 2018.
This report draws from 193 evaluations across CARE between 2013-2017 to examine best of our results in sustainability.
Southern Africa is a source of great people, potential and possibility. It’s also right now a place of great challenge and uncertainty, as extreme weather conditions such as El Niño have produced a severe drought that threatens 40 million people.
The global weather system known as “El Niño” is likely to become one of the strongest on record, affecting rain patterns and temperatures across the world for the rest of the year and into 2016. The last major El Niño was in 1997-98.
Crippled from birth, Viliazee Claudine’s life has always been a challenging one. In her village of Ankilimitraha in the southern part of Madagascar, others have always put her down.
Line, 29, was supported by the FARN-G (Nutrition Improvement and Recovery Nutrition – Pregnancy) program from the third month of her third pregnancy until the birth of her child. She received corn flour, oil and other foods to improve her nutrition during pregnancy.