March4Women 2020

For CARE, March is a time to celebrate, to inspire each other on to greater things, to paint a more vivid picture of how we would all benefit from a world more equal.

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I wake up every morning in a bed by myself while my partner sleeps in the other room. I wipe down surfaces three or more times a day and wash my hands constantly.

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Burundi Suffering in Silence

There is no doubt that these unprecedented times will take the greatest toll on the most vulnerable around the world. Once again, women will face unique challenges during this emergency–not just here in Canada but in countries across the globe.

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IN Mozambique, CARE is helping people rebuild their lives after the devastation of Cyclone Idai in March 2019

CARE has helped more than 300,000 people affected by cyclone Idai—one of the worst tropical cyclones on record to affect Africa and the Southern Hemisphere.

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CARE Canada intern Sharon Roy

Sharon Roy shares her experience as an international development student who interned with CARE Canada’s Marketing and Communications team from September-December, 2019.

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And here we are already. After waking up under our first fresh morning blanket of snow last week and icing my lungs with the first deep clear breaths of winter, I am reminded that the giving season is right around the corner.

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Parliament Hill Canada

With just a few days until the federal election, you’re likely mulling over how you can vote for the issues you care about most. International assistance, immigration and climate change have made many headlines in the context of the election – so let’s review some of the facts.

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