With support form CARE’s PROLEMPA project, supported by the Government of Canada, women in Honduras have received business training to help them market their products more widely and improve their sales. These amazing women are able to pay for their children’s education and create a bright future for themselves, their families, and communities.
Return from Lebanon: Three months after the Beirut explosion
CARE Canada Humanitarian Program Manager Ramzi Saliba reflects on his deployment to Beirut, Lebanon following the massive explosion that devastated the city on August 4, 2020.
Preventing a COVID catastrophe in Bangladesh
Cox’s Bazar refugee camp in Bangladesh is home to around one million Rohingya refugees, living in close proximity to each other. These are ideal conditions for the spread of coronavirus. Ram Das, Deputy Country Director at CARE Bangladesh, explains how a well-coordinated humanitarian response has prevented a COVID catastrophe.
Yemen conflict, hunger and now COVID-19
Yemen is a country already battered by conflict, hunger and flooding. Suha Basharen describes how CARE is responding to the intersecting of needs of a complex emergency.
Preventing Gender-Based Violence in Kenya: CARE’s Women’s Voice & Leadership work
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a sharp increase in gender-based violence (GBV) in many parts of the world. CARE is working with local women’s organizations in Kenya’s informal settlements to address GBV and protect survivors as part of our Women’s Voice and Leadership work.
Empowering women entrepreneurs in Gaza: Suhad Saidam’s story
Meet Suhad Saidam, an inspiring entrepreneur who participated in CARE’s OBADER project to grow her embroidery business.
Building back better: How investing in women can lead to prosperity for all
Due to the #COVID19 pandemic, 1.6 billion workers may lose their livelihoods. A new CARE study finds that women and girls will be the hardest hit by these economic losses. But women and girls can also be the key to solutions which will lead to prosperity for all!
How COVID-19 impacts women and girls with CARE’s Emily Wiseman
How COVID-19 impacts...