CARE Canada and the Government of Canada announce funding for new CARE project to address the growing crisis in the Horn of Africa

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CARE Canada is excited to announce a new pilot program that aims to bridge the work between humanitarian and development projects towards more sustainable outcomes. One of the first of its type, the nexus project Lifesaving Health, WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) and Protection Assistance for Crisis-affected IDPs and Host Communities in the Eastern Zone of Tigray Region will help to bridge the crossover between humanitarian and development programming towards more sustainable outcomes.

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15 Minutes on Women in Global Health

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In this episode of the podcast we speak with Tikhala Itaye, the Director, Global Movement Building for Women in Global Health—an organization built on a global movement with the largest network of women and allies working to challenge power and privilege for gender equity in health. Tikhala talks about the challenges women in health care are facing, and the importance of gender equity in health care and why it’s not only good for women and those who identify as women, but for everyone.

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How COVID-19 vaccines make it around the world

Aminata Kalokoh is a nurse in Sierra Leone. She and her colleagues worked with CARE to introduced the Community Scorecard, a process developed by CARE through the Advancing Partners project designed to incorporate inclusive governance practices into health service delivery. Photo: Shantelle Spencer

The world was able to administer 1 billion doses of the COVID-19 vaccine within 4 months of starting widespread vaccination campaigns. See how CARE is jumping in to support vaccination efforts in 23 countries around the world:

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