3/6/17

New Immigration Order Still Puts Vulnerable Refugees at Risk; Threatens U.S Humanitarian Leadership, says CARE

WASHINGTON (March 6, 2017) – The humanitarian organization CARE warns that the new executive order on immigration issued today by the Trump Administration still puts the lives of vulnerable refugees at risk. The U.S.

3/1/17

Refinery29: Take This 31-Day Challenge to Help Women Everywhere

In honor of International Women’s Day, Refinery29 listed 31 actions to help women around the world. On the eighth day, readers are invited to “Walk It Out” by participating in CARE’s Walk In Her Shoes fundraising and solidarity campaign.

2/27/17

CARE Urges Trump Administration to Rethink Proposed Severe Cuts to Foreign Assistance

WASHINGTON (Feb. 27, 2017) - According to numerous news reports released earlier today, the Trump administration is proposing deep and disproportionate cuts to critical foreign assistance programs as part of its preliminary budget proposals.

2/27/17

We cannot allow millions to starve in South Sudan and around the world, says CARE

After three years of brutal conflict, famine was declared in South Sudan’s Unity State, meaning thousands are dying of starvation. With nearly five million people suffering from extreme hunger, famine is likely to spread to other parts of the country if urgent interventions are not taken.

2/24/17

CARE Names New Chief Operating Officer, Chief Digital Officer

ATLANTA (February 24, 2017) – The global poverty-fighting organization CARE today announced it had filled two key roles, naming Heather A. Higginbottom its new chief operating officer and Macon Phillips its new chief digital officer.

2/23/17

CARE Names Beth Solomon Managing Director in Washington, D.C.

WASHINGTON D.C. (February 23, 2017)  -- The global poverty fighting organization CARE announced today that Beth Solomon has been named Managing Director, External Affairs & Development and will be based in its Washington, D.C. office.

2/14/17

The Stanford Daily: Mental health researcher initiates letter-writing campaign for Syrian refugees

Laila Soudi, a mental health researcher at the Stanford School of Medicine, has initiated a letter-writing campaign for Syrian refugees and will partner with CARE to distribute the letters to Syrian refugees in Jordan.

2/13/17

CARE Launches “Walk In Her Shoes” Campaign, Announces Sheryl Sandberg as Honorary Chair

Facebook COO, CARE’s Michelle Nunn to discuss campaign for world’s women and girls via live video

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