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Crisis in Yemen - ACT NOW!

Yemen is the world's worst humanitarian crisis, with 14 million people at risk of famine. The need for U.S. leadership has never been greater – aid alone cannot eliminate suffering globally. Tell your members of Congress to speak out and urge the Administration to unequivocally respond to and address the root causes of conflict and humanitarian crises.

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Our Issues

Foreign Assistance Budget
CARE Action! is focused on the refugee crisis and gender equality.
Foreign aid represents one penny on the U.S. dollar, but saves millions of lives each year.

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Access to family planning services could prevent up to 30 percent of maternal deaths per year.
Access to reproductive health services is key to preventing maternal and child mortality.

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El Niño has caused the worst drought on record for decades.
We aim to feed people in a more sustainable, equitable, and flexible way.

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Top emergencies in 2018 included escalating crises in the DRC, Bangladesh/Myanmar, and Afghanistan.
In humanitarian crises, women and children are often affected the most.

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Gender & Empowerment
Globally, 1.2 billion people live in absolute poverty and most of them are women and girls.
Gender-based violence has reached epidemic proportions in countries around the world.

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From the Blog

What Is Lame Duck and What Can We Expect from Congress?

Posted 11/19/18

Now that the 2018 midterm elections are over, advocates across the country are gearing up to engage with incumbents and newly-elected members of...

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5 Minutes of Inspiration: How CARE Ends Child Marriage

Posted 11/13/18

Community leaders in Benin are 26 percent less likely to support child marriage. Find out why.

By Emily Janoch

In the five minutes...

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Election Results: All CARE Action-Supported Candidates Win Congressional Races

Posted 11/7/18

WASHINGTON— CARE Action , the 501(c)(4) advocacy arm of the global humanitarian and...

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CARE: Don’t Use Life-Saving Aid for Political Leverage

Posted 10/18/18

WASHINGTON—CARE, the global humanitarian and development organization, strongly opposes any effort to cancel humanitarian assistance for political...

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of maternal deaths occur in developing countries

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

people will be impacted by El Niño

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

of all childhood deaths are due to poor nutrition

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

people need assistance in Syria

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