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At CARE, we’ve long believed fighting the underlying causes of poverty requires new solutions and partnerships with a wide range of actors from civil society, government and the private sector. Each has a critical and complementary role to play to bring lasting change to the lives of poor and vulnerable people.

In South Sudan, disease outbreaks could have devastating consequences. James Terjanian is a Canadian working with CARE. He shared this account from his 11-day journey to vaccinate children and provide nutrition assistance.

These photos, a collection of images from Syria, are an illustration of the life Syrian refugees left behind, images shared with CARE Syrian refugee volunteers, as captured by their relatives and friends who have remained inside.

In many communities, the devastation left from the Ebola outbreak would have been more severe if not for something else that was spreading through the countryside: CARE’s village savings and loans associations.