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CARE package through the years

May 11th marks the anniversary of the day the first CARE package was ever delivered. So we’re are looking back at where it all began and how far we have come.

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15 Minutes on Safe Deliveries

After a difficult birth of her own Manju wanted to make sure others didn’t have to go through the same struggles. Our podcast host, Lama Alsafi, shares Manju’s experience and how she has continued to impact her community in Bihar, India.

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15 Minutes on Environmental Impact

To celebrate Earth Day we sat down with Ted Ferguson from the Delphi group to talk about the changing impact we as a society are having on the environment, and what we can do this Earth Day to fight climate change at home and around the world.

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Communities in Malawi still living in fear after Cyclone Idai

Rhoda, who is a widow, moved upland to Lalanje camp, which is hosting about 254 households affected by the floods. Many people living in this camp also had their crops destroyed by floods and are desperately in need of food assistance.

Like many in her village, Rhoda never saw the Cyclone Idai induced floods coming. She was hopeful looking into the future. Almost 80 per cent of people affected by the floods rely on their small farms as a source of income. So having a good harvest means much more than just a meal on the table.

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Equality for all: Thoughts from CARE’s gender advisor

Syrian teens participate in peer to peer support groups in a CARE community centre in Irbid, Jordan. Part of CARE's psychosocial programming, teenage girls come together to discuss topics ranging from personal narrative to early child marriage, stress management to gender-based violence. Credit: Mary Kate MacIsaac/CARE

As CARE Canada’s senior gender advisor, I have a keen interest in ending inequality. Throughout my career, I have listened to and focused on working together with women around the world to amplify their voices and ensure they have a seat at the table.

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