Welcome to CARE's selection of videos, which will give you a first hand look at our vision, and of the people with whom we work every day.

Haiti: One Year Later

Interviews with CARE staff discussing Haiti, one year after the January 12, 2010 earthquake.

Public Service Announcements

  • I am Powerful  - a look at some of the natural power that lives in communities around the world - and in you
  • Natural Resources  - what is the most valuable natural resource in the fight against poverty?
  • Why we focus on women
  • Reach Out - Reach out and help empower vulnerable women. She has the power to change her world; you have the power to help her do it.

Videos from the field




Hygiene Promotion in Haiti 

Elias Machingambi, CARE Haiti’s WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) Coordinator, discusses the methods and importance of hygiene promotion for cholera prevention in Haiti. 

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CARE’s Cholera Prevention in Haiti 

Francois Desruisseax, Director of Disaster Response, discusses CARE’s shift from immediate relief aid to the new set of priorities one year after the earthquake in Haiti, including the hygiene programs instituted to help ease the cholera epidemic in the camps.

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Protecting Women in Haitian IDP Camps 

Sabine Wilke, Communications Manager in CARE Haiti, discusses CARE’s relief aid in Haiti one year after the earthquake. Sabine specifically focuses on the interventions CARE is doing to protect women and girls by providing privacy with newly constructed latrines in the camps.

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Living in Haiti, Working for CARE 

Mildrede Beliard, CARE's Communications Officer in Haiti, talks about her experiences during the earthquake one year ago, and her subsequent work with CARE.

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Cholera in Haiti: All about Prevention

Blondine Jean Baptiste, CARE health worker in Gonaives, discusses CARE's cholera prevention in Haiti.

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I am Powerful

A moving visual statement on the power of women in the developing world to bring hope, to bring change, to fight global poverty.

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Natural Resources

Women are the developing world's most valuable, and most untapped, natural resource.

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Why we focus on women

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 Cyclone Nargis - two years on

CARE continues to work in Myanmar, 2 years after the devastating cyclone


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Hillary Clinton addresses CARE

Hillary delivers the keynote address at the CARE USA National Conference.

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Women survivors in Kenya

Looking at the work CARE has done with women in Kenya since the election violence in 2008, helping them rebuild their lives and fight for justice.

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In war, some wounds are hard to see.

A CARE Video about the women survivors of the war in the Democractic Republic of the Congo.

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