Outlines the major findings of the Great Lakes Advocacy Initiative in Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda and the DRC from 2009 to 2013.
Poverty & Social Justice
Our vision states that “CARE seeks a world of hope, tolerance, and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and people live in dignity and security.” But what exactly does social justice mean?
Social justice is the idea that all people, everywhere in the world, have the right to a life of dignity. This means a life free from poverty, violence, discrimination or human rights violations.
A world where social justice exists is a world where all people are included in society, and all people can claim their rights to healthcare, shelter, and education regardless of how poor or rich they are.
$58 can provide training in livestock and dairy production to a vulnerable Afghan woman, helping her support her family's needs.