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Listen: Engaging Men and Boys In The Fight For Gender Equality

Posted 7/11/18

When Besnik Leka, coordinator of CARE’s Young Men’s Initiative in the...

How Married Girls in Ethiopia are Taking Charge of Their Lives

Posted 7/5/18

“In the past I didn’t even want to be seen by other people, let alone talk to them. Nowadays, I am not scared of anyone. I speak up. I say what is on...

Listen: Where Things Stand in the 2018 Midterms

Posted 6/26/18

With seven states voting in primary elections this week, and several more to come this July, our latest episode of the CARE Action podcast is...

5 Minutes of Inspiration: How Cash Transfers Help Women Hold Their Heads High

Posted 6/19/18

Women in Chad say the biggest impacts of cash transfers is that now they can hold their heads high. Learn more.

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of maternal deaths occur in developing countries

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

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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.