Child Survival

6/17/13

Born a Refugee

Manal, who is 30 and a Syrian refugee, gave birth to a baby in Beirut, Lebanon two months ago.

11/17/11

Fanta’s Story: Playing Her Part to Improve the Lives of Others

Fanta Bangura is 17 years old and grew up in Yiben, a rural community in the Koinadugu district. Early in her marriage, she moved to Freetown with her husband and shortly after became pregnant with their first child.

11/15/11

Aurelia’s Story: Fighting Chronic Malnutrition in Peru

Tutaya Aurelia Flores lives in Tambobamba, Peru in a community where the Window of Opportunity program is working.

Child Survival in South Sudan: Martha’s Choice

Grappling with his breath on the hospital bed the tiny baby, one month old, is very sick. This is his second day at the Mankein Primary Health Care Centre (PHCC) and Martha, his mother, is worried about the children she has left at home.

CARE Knows How to Turn Mobile Phones into Medical Planners

In the East Indian state of Bihar, high infant and maternal mortality remained daunting challenges. CARE and the Government of Bihar decided to team up to improve family health interventions using something that we are all familiar with: mobile phones.

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