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In Profile: CARE’s Sara Rashdan

Sara Rashdan works for CARE in Jordan. She hosted CARE Canada Ambassador Annie Murphy and her mother as they experienced CARE’s work in Amman as well as in Azraq refugee camp.

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In Profile: CARE’s Camilla Schramek

CARE's Camilla Schramek

We’re all climate champions at CARE, but we have some absolutely amazing superstars when it comes to specific work on climate change adaptation in our programs, in how we advocate and affect policy change and more, and one of our brightest stars is Camilla Schramek.

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CARE Canada’s Tanja Kisslinger

ShareTweetShareEmail CARE Canada’s Tanja Kisslinger May 3, 2019 1. What do you do at CARE? My job is a mix of communications, public engagement and knowledge translation. That means, I take information from our Global Health programs, and I create meaningful messages and opportunities for the Canadian public to understand and experience our nutrition work…

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Working to help refugees

Today, on World Refugee Day, we celebrate those that are making a difference in the lives of refugees right here at home in Canada and abroad. Have you ever wanted a career in helping newcomers or have you been looking for smaller ways that you can help? Our expert panel below can help you learn…

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Repaying Kindness: Dr. Paul Loofs

More than 65 years have passed, but Dr. Paul Loofs can still remember the day in 1947 when a CARE package was delivered to his bomb-damaged home in Central Europe. For his family, still reeling from the aftermath of the Second World War, that one parcel represented much more than the canned food it contained.…

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Meet a CARE Expert: Marnie Davidson

Marnie Davidson is CARE Canada’s health adviser and program manager for maternal, newborn and child health. For nearly 10 years, Marnie has been living in Ottawa and actively engaged in the field of health and development. She has a wide range of global and Canadian public health programming experience notably in the areas of HIV,…

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