Women in Vanuatu Photo Project

Aspiring photographer and Vanuatu Photo Project participant Ann-Ruth has her portrait taken by mentor Valerie Fernandez.

See how four emerging ni-Vanuatu women photographers capture the stories and portraits of graduates of CARE Vanuatu’s Young Women’s Leadership Program (YWLP)!

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15 Minutes on Empowering and Investing in Girls

CARE Canada's podcast, 15 Minutes to Change the World on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and care.ca/podcast

Our very special guest for International Day of the Girl is Marigold Mioc—a volunteer and activist who has been involved with different causes, groups and organizations including the United Way, Young Canadians’ Parliament, Engineers without Borders, and many more.

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Black Lives Matter

Today, we stand with the Black community – our families, friends, colleagues and neighbours – and we challenge ourselves to listen more, to feel uncomfortable, to learn more about what needs to change, to amplify voices that need to be heard, and to be more active allies in the fight against anti-Black racism and discrimination in all its forms.

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A patient community: Ramatou’s story

Seated in a circle around a savings box on a sand floor in the village of Hamdallaye in Niger, 24 women have found their way out of poverty – together. By Therese Leine Sogard Can “number seven” please approach? “Number seven” stands up from the patterned straw mat, rubs away the folds in her pink…

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To the girls of the world: Don’t wait for a war to discover your strength

Raneem Alhomsi, 16 – from Daraa, Syria, now living in Jordan. The following is her story as told to Mary Kate MacIsaac, CARE Regional Syria Response Communications Coordinator Even before the war, life wasn’t easy for girls in Syria – but we felt safe, we felt protected. Parents chose girls’ schools near the home. My…

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