Advocacy

4/14/16

New Report Calls for Overhaul of International Humanitarian System

WASHINGTON—Faced with an unprecedented global humanitarian crisis that is stretching aid agencies to the brink, a group of leading U.S.

2/22/16

Bipartisan Delegation Travels with CARE to visit Women’s Health Programs in the Great Lakes Region of Central Africa

Bipartisan delegation travels with CARE to see how U.S. development investments are paying off in better health outcomes for women and girls in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

1/27/16

Program

Monday, May 2 | CARE’s Lasting Impact in a Changing World

All sessions will take place at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. (unless otherwise indicated).

 

1/13/16

CARE Knows How To Build Chefs Into Passionate Advocates

Chefs are more than just menu masterminds. They are passionate advocates for global hunger with strong personal connections to food and their communities. In 2014, CARE embarked on a journey to engage chefs in the fight to end global hunger.

9/25/15

UNGA: CARE pledges to economically empower 30 million more women by 2020

Women’s economic empowerment critical for achieving gender equality 

9/4/15

UN climate talks lag behind as Paris deadline approaches

Slow progress in tackling climate roadblocks on the path to a safer and poverty-free world
 

8/24/15

Congressional Staffers Visit Djibouti and Mozambique with CARE to Learn How U.S. Support Improves Food and Nutrition Security

WASHINGTON (Aug. 24, 2015) — A group of Senate Agriculture Committee staffers and members of the U.S. Administration traveled to Djibouti and Mozambique with the global poverty-fighting organization CARE to see how U.S.

8/3/15

UN Sustainable Development Goals: CARE welcomes powerful final wording

Stand-alone goals on gender and climate change a major achievement / meaningful and well-resourced implementation plan will now be crucial

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