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“We are fighting an invisible enemy, and as a developing country just emerging from years in civil war, we can’t get enough help right now to stop this virus,” said Alfred Makavore, CARE technical health advisor in Sierra Leone.

"Early in my life, I decided I did not want to work for private sector business or for religious organizations. ... CARE was what I was looking for, especially when it comes to CARE’s emphasis on women and gender equity."

An economy cannot improve if half the population does not fully participate. CARE is committed to ensuring women and girls are given the equal opportunity to pull themselves and their community out of poverty through measures designed to spur economic development.

 "I just hope peace comes, so that we can get the possibility of going to school, for a better future.”

We would like you to introduce you to some of the girls and young women CARE's team has met in South Sudan.