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Devex: What to watch in US Congress in 2019

Devex quoted Ben Weingrod, CARE USA’s deputy director of government relations, on what to watch in U.S. Congress in 2019. Weingrod said the new congressmen and women brings...


Fast Company: 9 CEOs predict what will be their biggest business challenges in 2019

Fast Company quoted Michelle Nunn, CARE’s president and CEO, in a story, ‘9 CEOs predict what will be their biggest business challenges in 2019.” Nunn cited consistently...


The Hill: Empower women, turbo-charge the global economy

The Hill published an op-ed from Michelle Nunn, CARE’s president and CEO, highlighting the historic passage of the Women’s Entrepreneurship and Economic Empowerment Act.


Reuters: Vanuatu baby treated in world's first commercial drone-delivered vaccine

Reuters quoted Gina Dehinavanua about the world’s first commercial-drone delivered vaccine for a Vanuatu baby. Dehinavanua said drone delivery could save lives.  “It is very...


Devex: 7 ways to manage and strengthen data-driven decision-making

Devex published an op-ed “7 Ways to Manage and Strengthen Data-Driven Decision Making” co-authored by Macon Phillips, CARE’s chief digital officer. Phillips wrote about the...


New York Times: End This Shameful War

New York Times columnist Nick Kristof calls out CARE as one of the “aid groups doing terrific work” on the ground in Yemen, including a link to more information on...


CBS Senate votes to end support for Yemen war

CBS interviewed Sheba Crocker, CARE’s vice president for humanitarian policy and practice, live on its website about breaking news of a bipartisan Senate vote to...


The Washington Post: ‘Immediate responses’ are needed to save lives in Yemen, U.N. and aid groups say

The Washington Post quoted Sheba Crocker, CARE vice president for humanitarian policy and practice, about the worsening Yemen crisis to urge countries to assist.


The Independent: ‘Milestone’ Yemen peace talks begin as UN warns of famine risk

The Independent quoted Johan Mooij, CARE Yemen’s country director, in a story about the worsening humanitarian crisis in the country.


Bustle: Syrian Refugee Girls Are Taking Control Of Their Own Stories Through Film

Bustle profiled CARE’s Azraq Film School in Jordan highlighting the stories of film school participants like 17-year old Asma Abdel Rahman Sleiman and 20-year-old Afrah...