For those of us in Canada who are grateful for the safety and protection of home, it’s time to fuel the resilience and leadership of the women and girls facing COVID-19 without a safe place of their own. This is the time to show you CARE.

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Giving back in the midst of crisis: A BC nurse's COVID-19 journey

Amy is a Registered Nurse at St. Paul’s hospital in Vancouver, BC. After being hospitalized for COVID-19, she started asking friends and family to tie ribbons around the tree in her front yard to keep her spirits up, and to give back to the people that will be affected by this crisis both in Canada and around the world. What followed was an outpouring of support from loved ones, neighbours and complete strangers to create the “Giving Tree.”

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On this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we speak with Sarah Quann, Program Manager at Tree Canada, about the important role trees play in our day-to-day lives and what we can do to help ensure their longevity.

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Barbara Grantham

In this special episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we welcome Barbara Grantham to the CARE Canada team, as President & CEO. Barbara gives us some insight into her background and expertise, what led her to CARE and what inspires her most about the work we do.

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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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We talk with Emily Wiseman, CARE Canada’s Senior Gender Advisor about the importance of gender empowerment and equality and why we need to keep pushing for more advancements.

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Climate Change Women

The poorest 1 billion people⁠—the majority of which are women and girls⁠—are responsible for just 3% of global greenhouse gas emissions. And yet, when conflict or disaster strikes, women and girls disproportionately face displacement, family separation, and the continual risk of violence.

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