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CARE works with individuals and communities in more than 90 countries around the world.

At the heart of CARE's work is our dedication to defending dignity and fighting poverty by empowering the world's greatest resource for change – women and girls.

Dec 9, 2016 | Ayat - a Syrian teen now living in Turkey - speaks about how she and others are helping their communities by addressing gender-based violence, early marriage and psychosocial health, among other issues.
Nov 19, 2016 | CARE partner and civil engineer Osama AlGhssen leads CARE's latrine work in southern Syria where CARE is the only latrine provider to thousands displaced by the conflict.
Nov 14, 2016 | CARE Canada's Pierre Kadet discusses the reasons why, despite having enough to food to feed everyone, millions are still hungry, what CARE is doing and the role Canada has to play.
Nov 10, 2016 | Thanks to her membership in a CARE savings group as part of the POWER Africa project, Thérèse is on her way to making her dream of owning a successful restaurant a reality.
Nov 7, 2016 | In the local Lotuko language Ituba means ‘united we progress’. It is also the name chosen by a group of 30 women in Eastern Equatoria, South Sudan for their one-month old village savings and loans group.
Nov 3, 2016 │ More than 275,000 refugees are living in Dadaab, the biggest refugee camp in the world in Kenya. Here are five interesting facts about the people who call the camp home and how CARE works to support and empower them.
Nov 3, 2016 │CARE staff recount a visit with a family in a temporary home in a refugee camp in northern Iraq, the struggles they face and the life they are trying to build.
Oct 25, 2016 | In spite of their losses, Haitians like Florkensia and Ylvens do want to rebuild their lives. And during the day, they try to salvage what’s left. But the needs are great.
Oct 18, 2016 | CARE Haiti's Country Director Jean-Michel Vigreux describes the devastation after Hurricane Matthew caused widespread destruction in the country and the urgent needs for over one million people.

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