Women in Vanuatu Photo Project

Aspiring photographer and Vanuatu Photo Project participant Ann-Ruth has her portrait taken by mentor Valerie Fernandez.

See how four emerging ni-Vanuatu women photographers capture the stories and portraits of graduates of CARE Vanuatu’s Young Women’s Leadership Program (YWLP)!

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In Photos: Women’s economic empowerment in action

Basma Nazer runs a social enterprise called ‘Khoyoot’, translating as Threads, in Jordan. Basma’s Khoyoot Initiative creates partnerships with women in a refugee camp to produce hand embroidered products. The revenue from the sales is then used to fund more courses and initiatives within the camp. Basma was recently selected as a role model by CARE Jordan to tour the country and inspire other women who are thinking of setting up their own businesses. CARE Netherlands

Women’s economic empowerment means that women have the knowledge, tools and opportunities to unlock their full potential to earn and save money. Here are just a few of the amazing women we at CARE have had the privilege of working with and learning from over the years:

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CARE photographers’ favourite images in 2020

A pandemic kiss in Ecuador by Vicente Gaibor del Pino/CARE

Five of CARE’s photographers have shared their favourite images from the work they saw CARE implementing this year. As we say goodbye to 2020 together, take a look back at these photos—and the people whose lives have been impacted by your generous support.

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Five girls who inspire us

We’re thrilled to introduce you to five amazing girls we’ve had the honour of meeting through our work to save lives, defeat poverty, and achieve social justice:

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Lebanon Crisis in photos: CARE’s teams in action

CARE is working with local partners to focus on immediate life-saving aid in the form or food parcels, cash, psycho-social support, and hygiene materials

On August 7, 2020, CARE, in coordination with local partners, began distributing food packages and hot meals to help those who are struggling most in the aftermath of the blast such as women and girls who make up around 60% of those affected.

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