PROLEMPA Project Impact

With support form CARE’s PROLEMPA project, supported by the Government of Canada, women in Honduras have received business training to help them market their products more widely and improve their sales. These amazing women are able to pay for their children’s education and create a bright future for themselves, their families, and communities.

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Buying food when the markets are closed: Fatima’s Story

Fatima, 46 years old, is a mother of five. She lives in a very modest apartment in the conflict-affected Tripoli neighborhood of Bab al-Tabbaneh.

Fatima, who lives in the conflict-affected Tripoli neighbourhood of Bab al-Tabbaneh, has not worked since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus. She lives with her family in a very modest apartment. Her husband, Abdel Kader, lost his leg three weeks ago.

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Serving tea in South Sudan: Mary’s story

By Mawa Seme, Program Officer, CARE South Sudan The sun is scorching hot, with temperatures reaching 35 degrees Celsius in the town of Pagak, Upper Nile State in South Sudan. A crowd of women and men is patiently waiting to be served the traditional South Sudanese spiced tea and coffee common to the area. In…

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