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Coca Life: We Learned Simple Ways To Improve The Local Environment And Our Income

Cocoa Life published an op-ed by Amoin Assahoure, farmer and president of VSLA of Assawlekro, Côte d’Ivoire, on how the VSLA projected has helped the villages advance and...


The Guardian: Revealed: women making clothes for west face sexual abuse

The Guardian mentioned CARE International’s study with Fair Wear Foundation that found almost half of the women in three Vietnamese factories had suffered from at least one...


USA Today: Does Trump want more Central Americans fleeing to US? That's what his aid cutoff will do.

USA Today published an op-ed by Sheba Crocker, CARE’s vice president of humanitarian policy and practice, in response to the Trump Administration’s threat to cut foreign...


Reuters: U.S. aid cuts to Central America may backfire, fueling migration north: charities

Reuters quoted David Ray, CARE vice president of policy and advocacy, in a story about the Trump Administration’s threat to cut foreign assistance to Central American...


CBS News: U.S. set to cut off aid to three nations

CBSN, the live broadcast of interviewed Sheba Crocker, during a segment about the Trump Administration’s proposed aid cuts to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras...


The Chronicle of Philanthropy: Trump’s Threat to Cut Aid to Central America Puts Heavy Burden on Nonprofits, Leaders Say

The Chronicle of Philanthropy quoted David Ray, CARE vice president for policy and advocacy, and Rachel Leman, CARE associate vice president for U.S. advocacy.


GMA's 'Strahan and Sara': 11-year-old musical phenomenon Rita Angel Taylor

Good Morning America’s ‘Strahan and Sara’ (formerly GMA Day) interviewed CARE Ambassador Rita Angel Taylor (RAT), who discussed her “life-changing” trip with CARE to Peru.


NowThis Politics: Syrian Taekwondo Competitor Wael Al Faraj Began Training in a Refugee Camp

NowThis Politics shared CARE’s story of Wael, a Syrian teen refugee and athlete. When Wael came to the Azraq refugee camp in Jordan, he never thought that six years later he...


Devex: The private sector should invest in women farmers to fight global hunger

Devex published an op-ed co-authored by Michelle Nunn, CARE president and CEO, on the opportunity at hand for the private and public sector to invest in female farmers.


The Wall Street Journal: Swaths of Southern Africa Remain Inundated Following Cyclone Idai

The Wall Street Journal quoted Caroline Kende-Robb, CARE International’s secretary general, on the aftermath conditions from Cyclone Idai in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malwai.