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ABC News: Celebrities express support for UN resolution on rape being a weapon of war

ABC interviewed Sheba Crocker, CARE USA’s vice president for humanitarian policy and practice, during a segment about the UN security council’s resolution on sexual...


Vox: Another dangerous tropical cyclone just hit Mozambique

Vox quoted Marc Nosbach. Cyclone Kenneth had winds above 125 mph and an expected 10 feet of water in a storm surge.


The Washington Post: Historic Tropical Cyclone Kenneth crashes ashore in northern Mozambique, where devastating flooding is feared

The Washington Post quoted Marc Nosbach, CARE Mozambique’s country director, on the impact of Cyclone Kenneth. One of the greatest concerns is the estimate that rainfall...


Business Fights Poverty: What Role Can Business Play To Tackle Gender-Based Violence? Experts Share Practical Learnings and Experiences

Business Fights Poverty quoted Laura Hawkesford, CARE International’s head of private sector engagement, to answer the question “Why is GBV an important topic businesses...


Reuters: Pooper hero: Singapore's 'Mr. Toilet' wants to make sanitation sexy in film

Reuters quoted Deepmala Mahla, CARE’s Asia regional director, on the unrecognized importance of toilets for women and girls.

4/23/19 Melinda Gates: How I learned to see agriculture (and everything else) as a gender issue highlighted CARE and its Pathways program in a piece written by Melinda Gates. Pathways teaches women farmers how to increase harvest through new skills and provides...


Devex: How funders are fighting philanthropy that is 'top down, closed door, expert driven'

Devex quoted Dar Vanderbeck, CARE’s chief innovation officer, and Marilia Bezerra, CARE Enterprises’ managing partner about the importance of ensuring philanthropic efforts...


PBS NewsHour: In Niger, rising temperatures mean barren fields — but fertile ground for terrorism

PBS NewsHour featured an interview with Ely Keita, CARE’s country director in Niger, during a segment about change impacts on the West African country. Keita said he has seen...


Reuters: After Cyclone Idai, thousands still cut off, many more in need: aid agencies

Reuters quoted a CARE press release about the impact of Cyclone Idai a month after the storm hit. The cyclone wiped out crops across Mozambique and that has only worsened...


The Thomson Reuters Foundation: Building back better: One month after Cyclone Idai made landfall

The Thomson Reuters Foundation published a blog by Step Haiselden, CARE International’s global emergency shelter team leader, responding to Cyclone Idai in Beira, Mozambique.