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How Young Men Can Change Gender Norms and Support Women and Girls

Posted 6/15/18

Women’s economic empowerment sustainably lifts women, families and entire communities out of poverty — but only when men get with the program, too....

Listen: Amplifying Women's Economic Empowerment

Posted 6/14/18

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Meet Melkam: Why CARE invests in women and small-scale farmers

Posted 6/4/18

In a world where over 800 million people suffer from hunger and malnutrition, CARE recognizes the importance of empowering those most-impacted....

How Working From Home Puts Many Women At Risk

Posted 5/30/18

Kokila used to work as a home-based tailor in Delhi, India, but it was an abusive environment. “I worked stitching...

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99
%
of maternal deaths occur in developing countries

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people will be impacted by El Niño

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45
%
of all childhood deaths are due to poor nutrition

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people need assistance in Syria

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