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COVID-19: Help Support Strong Global Response

CARE is fighting alongside the most vulnerable and marginalized people, including women and girls, to be heard and get the resources they need to stay safe. Join the movement and urge Congress to ensure no one is left behind in global COVID-19 response efforts.

Be Inspired and Take Action

On June 9, CARE advocates were joined by incredible speakers including former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton,
Stacey Abrams, Iman, Bellamy Young, Rep. Susan Brooks and more about how to fight alongside women and girls
for their rights and safety during COVID-19. Rewatch the full event today!

Watch the CARE Virtual Summit

Engage With CARE Action Nationwide

CARE Action advocates are changing lives for the better nationwide, and our Regional Advocacy Coordinators want to hear from you!

Map of CARE Action's Regional Advocacy Coordinators

How to Call Congress

Calling your Member of Congress is one of the most effective ways to take action for a better world. And it only takes 5 minutes!

Tulips in front of the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, DC

Four Ways to Act Today

Call, email, share, recruit. It's that easy. Learn more about how to become an effective advocate and use your voice for global change. 

Advocates speak at the CARE National Conference in Washington, D.C.

Our Issues

Gender and Empowerment
Math teacher Seema Singh (center) works with Shalindri, 13, and Nisha, 14, during class at the UDAAN Accelerated Learning Camp for girls near Hardoi, India.
Gender-based violence has reached epidemic proportions in countries around the world.

Learn more about our work on gender equality
Foreign Assistance Budget
Women receive seeds at CARE's seed distribution in South Sudan. CARE distributed seeds for cowpeas, tomato, eggplant, sesame, sorghum, watermelon and more to 21,000 households in Jonglei, one of the areas most affected by the conflict.
Foreign aid represents one penny on the U.S. dollar, but saves millions of lives each year.

Learn more about the budget
Refugees from Myanmar arrive in Bangladesh.
In humanitarian crises, women and children are often affected the most.

Learn more about our emergency response
Food and Nutrition
Kien Quang Thi is a human weather app - not only does she forecast the weather, but she also provides advice for farmers on on what, when, and how to plant. Her objective is to better prepare her community for extreme weather phenomena.
We aim to feed people in a more sustainable, equitable, and flexible way.

Read more about our fight against hunger
Maternal health and food in Ethiopia
Access to reproductive health services is key to preventing maternal and child mortality.

Learn more about our health work

From the Blog

Resources: UNFPA

Posted 10/29/19
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Q&A with Rose Tchwenko, Country Director of CARE Ghana

Posted 10/2/19

This September, CARE Action caught up with Rose Tchwenko , the former Country Director of CARE Malawi, for the...

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A Mother's Love Is Stronger Than All Traditions

Posted 4/29/19

Of the estimated 125 million 10-year-olds alive around the globe today, just over 60 million are girls. They are the world's future leaders...

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5 Minutes of Inspiration: How Savings Help Girls Stand Up for Themselves

Posted 4/23/19

By Emily Janoch

Here’s a link I never thought about: Savings make it easier for teenage girls to refuse sex with boys if they don’t want it....

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Your Voice, A World of Change

CARE Action advocates are the best in the country, acting as a critical resource to members of Congress and their local community on issues that affect women and girls globally.

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Help improve millions of lives around the world

women globally with unmet need for effective contraception
children under the age of 5 die from malnutrition each year
women who have experienced sexual violence in their lifetime
people forced from their homes due to conflict