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The Human Cost of Cuts
A woman shades herself from the midday sun in one of hundreds of make-shift tents providing shelter for 500 families now living as internally displaced people (IDPs) around the town of Haro Sheikh 60km east of Hargeisa the capital of Somaliland.
The Human Cost of Cuts
New analysis from leading humanitarian, development and global health organizations calculates the devastating human costs of cuts to foreign assistance
What Foreign Assistance Looks Like: Uganda
Lilian, Viola and Scobia are all sixteen year old girls that fled central Equitoria to find a better life in Uganda.
What Foreign Assistance Looks Like: Uganda
Lillian, Scobia and Viola are 16 years old. They are from the same village in South Sudan and fled to Uganda together with no adult guardian.

My One Cent

My One Cent: Anissa Rasheta
CARE advocate Anissa Rasheta
My One Cent: Anissa Rasheta
"We have to show our kids the good in the world and how they can be a part of that."
Why fight to protect foreign aid?
Why fight to protect foreign aid?
Why fight to protect foreign aid?
Learn more about My One Cent

About #DONTCUTLIVES

Lifesaving foreign assistance funding represents one percent of the U.S. budget; just one penny on the federal dollar. And yet this penny is incredibly powerful.

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