Lalaina’s story: From crime and injustice to an enriched Life

In Madagascar, CARE worked with Nofy Nandrianina Noelisoa Rajernerson, a professional photographer who teaches at Akany Avoko Faravohitra, a residential rehabilitation center that provides young girls with second chances, life skills, a safe space, and support to deal with past traumas. Nofy asked three of her students* to document life in the Center while telling their own stories.

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Aina’s story: Family conflict turns to making dreams a reality

In Madagascar, CARE worked with Nofy Nandrianina Noelisoa Rajernerson, a professional photographer who teaches at Akany Avoko Faravohitra, a residential rehabilitation center that provides young girls with second chances, life skills, a safe space, and support to deal with past traumas.

Nofy asked three of her students* to document life in the Center while telling their own stories.

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Barbara Grantham – Travel Diary, Part Two

Recently I returned from my first trip to visit CARE projects in Africa since I became President and CEO of CARE Canada in April 2020. It was a wonderful and inspiring visit to Zambia and Morocco, meeting incredible people and learning how CARE and our partners are supporting women’s leadership.

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Barbara Grantham – Travel Diary, Part One

From left to right: Michelle Nuun wearing a red shirt and black pants, Dennis wearing a green shirt and khaki pants, Loveness wearing a blue shirt and a multi coloured chitanga, and Barbara Grantham.

I just returned from my first trip to visit CARE projects in Africa since I started. To visit Zambia and Morocco, and learn how CARE and our partners are supporting women’s leadership, was a wonderful opportunity. I kept a diary along the way, that I am now sharing with you.

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The world is better when she leads too

As celebrations of women’s achievements have grown over the years, so have calls for more action towards a more equal world. This year, we somberly approach another milestone – one year since COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic. While the virus has affected people of all genders, women, girls and non-binary people have suffered disproportionately. 

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