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The Global Food Security Act Has Passed!

Victory! The bill has passed and has been sent to The White House. The Global Food Security Act (GFSA) provides much needed transparency and accountability to existing programs and demands that those programs empower women and small-scale farmers and leverages natural resource management practices. No new spending is authorized in this bill. This is about making existing U.S. investments better.

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More than 200 million women in developing countries want the ability to choose the timing of...
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Food

We face a greater challenge than ever before: ending hunger and malnutrition in the face of...
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The world continues to witness an unprecedented rise in the scale and number of humanitarian...
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It is estimated that at least 1 out of 3 women globally will be beaten, coerced into sex, or...
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Education for a Brighter Future in Rwanda

This video highlights the importance of girls’ education in promoting a healthier lifestyle. Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) sits down with CARE beneficiary Lucie Mukamama, a member of CARE’s Keeping Girls at School program, a girls’ mentorship program in Rwanda that teaches life skills, leadership training and important savings skills.

Help improve millions of lives around the world

99
%
of maternal deaths occur in developing countries

Nearly every two minutes a woman dies of pregnancy-related complications. 

60
M
people will be impacted by El Niño

El Niño has caused the worst drought on record for decades and global, successive harvest failures. 

45
%
of all childhood deaths are due to poor nutrition

Malnutrition leads to lasting health problems and stunted development in children. 

13
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people need assistance in Syria

Over 4.5 million live in areas that aid agencies can only reach occasionally and sometimes, not at all.