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The Pathways Challenge: She’s Growing It, He’s Getting the Credit, Everyone Is Losing

In Africa, the majority of food is grown by women, yet women own less than 2 percent of the world’s land, access only 10 percent of agricultural credit, and are routinely –...


Pathways to Transformation for Smallholder Women

"For one to be productive, you need to have access to resources and to markets," says Henry Swira. "And it's easier for men to have access to resources, because that's how...


Increasing Financial Inclusion for the Underprivileged

There is a huge demand for formal financial assistance for those living on less than $2 a day, so how can we scale up our efforts? Read The Article


Groups Applaud Potential Reforms to U.S. Food Aid

Advocacy groups working on global hunger and poverty are hailing rumoured proposals that would change the way the United States distributes its international food aid.


CARE in the News: 2009

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CARE in the News: 2008

We're in the news! Find out about 2008's humanitarian relief and poverty-fighting efforts around the world.


CARE in the News: 2007

National Public Radio: Weak Dollar Crimps Humanitarian Work 

CARE Knows How to Beat Poverty with Donuts

If you want to understand one of the best new ideas for fighting global poverty, an excellent place to start is Biti Rose Nasoni in the southern African nation of Malawi.

CARE in the News: Cyclone Pam Coverage

CARE served as a great resource to media covering Cyclone Pam that devastated the Pacific island of Vanuatu in March.

CARE in the News: March

On Mar. 24, CNN published an article written by CARE President and CEO Helene Gayle titled, “Give women credit for work to strengthen families”.