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Cornell Chronicle: Biochar soaks up ammonia pollution, study shows

Cornell Chronicle mentioned CARE’s partnership with the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future to support a scientific study that uses biochar as a fertilizer to absorb...


Huffington Post UK: Rohingya Refugees May Have Faded From The Headlines, But Their Struggles Have Not

The Huffington Post UK posted a blog by Deepmala Mahla, CARE International UK regional director for Asia, about the conditions for Rohingya refugees. The Cox’s Bazaar camp,...


WSB-TV Atlanta: CARE teams pitch poverty-fighting ideas

WSB-TV Atlanta covered CARE’s Scale X Design competition in its People 2 People segment. Whitney Adams, CARE ScaleXDesign director, and Ryan Shepard from CARE’s Global...


NPR: Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

NPR’s Marketplace Morning Report interviewed Sheba Crocker, about CARE’s 2018 report “Suffering in Silence.” The lack of media attention to some of the world’s humanitarian...


The New York Times: U.N. Seeks $4 Billion to Save Millions from Famine in Yemen

The New York Times quoted CARE’s joint statement about $2.6 billion in aid pledged to Yemen during a pledging conference this week.


Foreign Policy: There’s More Bad News Than You Think

Foreign Policy quoted Sven Harmeling, CARE International’s global policy lead on climate change and resilience, in a feature story about CARE’s report “Suffering in Silence...


The Guardian: Climate change 'cause of most under-reported humanitarian crises'

The Guardian quoted Sven Harmeling, climate change lead for CARE International, about how the most vulnerable people are being affected by climate change. In reference to...


NPR: U.S. Masses Aid Along Venezuelan Border As Some Humanitarian Groups Warn Of Risks

NPR quoted Daniel Almeida, CARE advocacy adviser, in a story about the U.S. government’s effort to distribute aid to Venezuelans in a move to foment regime change in the...


Devex: Aid groups wait in the wings during Venezuela aid standoff

Devex quoted Sheba Crocker, CARE USA’s vice president for humanitarian policy and practice, in a story about the political standoff over aid delivery into Venezuela. CARE...


Devex: Making the most of the US 'umbrella initiative' for women's empowerment

Devex published an op-ed co-authored by Gayatri Patel, senior policy advocate for gender at CARE USA, about the “umbrella initiative,” the U.S. government’s inter-agency plan...