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Impact Magazine: Issue 30

A young Cambodian girl walks with a cow.

Impact Magazine features stories and updates on CARE’s work around the world, including emergency response, innovative programming that empowers women and girls, and our ongoing mission to defeat poverty.

Explore our 30th issue below.

Message from CARE CEO

An opening letter from Michelle Nunn, President and CEO of CARE, reflects on recent humanitarian crises. Read More

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CARE Honors Visionary Leaders at 6th Annual Impact Awards

Hosted by Deborah Roberts and Al Roker, CARE’s annual awards event recognized four inspiring leaders and raised more than $3 million. Read More

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How the Light the World Giving Machines Ignite Change for CARE

CARE partnered with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during the 2023 holiday season to launch an innovative, family-friendly giving campaign in Times Square. Read More

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CARE Advocacy Update, from the Desk of Ritu Sharma

CARE’s VP of U.S. Programs and Policy Advocacy highlights upcoming advocacy initiatives and priorities. Read More

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Depeche Mode World Tour Benefits CARE

Renowned rock band Depeche Mode shares why they’re supporting CARE’s humanitarian work through their promotional tour of their latest album, “Memento Mori.” Read More

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Art as Advocacy

Through a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation, CARE’s Arts for Gender Equality Fellowship is supporting eight visionary artists from around the world. Read More

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A Conversation on Climate with Moushumi Chaudhury on CARE’s Climate Justice Team

Our Q&A breaks down key climate terms and concepts as well as CARE’s response to this urgent challenge. Read More

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Sowing Change: A New Nature-Based Initiative from the CARE-WWF Alliance

The CARE-WWF Alliance recently launched a groundbreaking livelihood-to-leadership initiative that helps women support themselves while caring for the environment. Read More

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Digital Apps Empower Domestic Workers in Latin America

CARE and its partners are helping dismantle discrimination against domestic workers by putting information about labor rights and resources at their fingertips. Read More

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Solidarity and Savings, Even in Crisis

CARE is adapting the highly successful Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) program to support people in crisis situations. Read More

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Your Lasting Impact: Donors Like You

After retiring from nearly three decades of service to CARE, Ginny Ubik is continuing her support through qualified charitable distributions from her IRA. Read More

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We Walk Together: CARE Journey to Zambia and Malawi

Beth Solomon shares her reflections from a recent donor trip to meet participants in CARE’s Nyenyezi Program, an innovative early childhood literacy effort. Read More

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