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Archive for June 2017

G20 must jointly act on climate change and lead for a safer future, says CARE

A new report released today by CARE International outlines the current G20 climate change picture and provides recommendations on key steps and agreements G20 countries need to take in 2017 and at the upcoming leader’s summit (7/8 July in Hamburg, Germany). CARE highlights the need for G20 countries to take greater actions on climate change,…

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Life for refugee children in Greece

This story is part of the “Through Her Eyes” photography project implemented by CARE Greece, which aimes to giving people the opportunity to view urban life for refugee women and girls in Greece through their eyes. Five women and girls provide unique and personal insights into their daily lives through their photos. Their names have…

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Crisis in South Sudan: Suddenly a single mom

“One day you are in one place, and then the soldiers come and you have to run to another place. We have been on the run since the war spread to our village last July,” says Mary, a 28 year-old pregnant mother from Central Equatoria in South Sudan. With both worry and relief in her…

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Three New Directors Join CARE Canada Board of Directors

[OTTAWA] CARE Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of three new directors to its Board. Joining the Board are Paul Drager Q.C., Amy Jarek, and Sarosh Nanavati. “CARE Canada has been fortunate to attract a Board of Directors that not only offer a diverse portfolio of skills and experience, but are motivated by our…

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International Assistance: Now Time to Act on Feminist Commitments

The release of the Government of Canada’s long-awaited international assistance policy marks an important shift in how this country will focus its development and humanitarian efforts. CARE Canada applauds the Canadian government’s commitment to gender equality and women’s rights, but cautions such pledges must now be met with action to make a real difference for…

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