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Carol Miller 15h
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While in Guatemala on a Learning Tour, we met Sandra Xiquín. She is a mother and small business owner who works to give women more opportunities. Read more about her story here 🔽
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Bring your voice, raise your voice, use your voice! The CARE National Conference will be an unforgettable event for people who want to empower women and girls around the world. Will you join us? Register now:
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CARE International 19h
TUNE IN TOMORROW: is at the SGBV Conference in . commits to helping in crises by putting women at the forefront. We urge the international community to do the same. Learn more:
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CARE Action! 20h
⏰ DEADLINE: Today is the last day to multiply your impact on CARE Action’s lifesaving work to empower women and end global poverty — every dollar helps.
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"Just because I have certain limitations, it does not mean that my life has ended." Abondance dreams of becoming a humanitarian to help fight the stigmas she’s faced her whole life.
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Michelle Nunn 21h
Terrific piece by our board Chair Martha Brooks. A powerful testimonial to engagement and investment in Central America at a critical moment.
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More than 3.4 million people have fled due to the man-made humanitarian crisis there. Some of those fleeing have been coerced by traffickers, lured by promises of well-paying work and then forced into prostitution.
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CARE (care.org) May 21
CARE thanks , , , , , , and for their support and sponsorship of 2019. Thank you for standing with women everywhere and joining the fight to end poverty!
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CARE (care.org) May 21
More than 3.4 million people have fled due to the man-made humanitarian crisis there. Some of those fleeing have been coerced by traffickers, lured by promises of well-paying work and then forced into prostitution.
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CARE (care.org) May 21
Jamal cooks and cares for the children, while Rumiya can often be found working on their farm spreading fertilizer. In rural Ethiopia, this couple is defying traditional gender roles, leading by example, inspiring change in their community.
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CARE (care.org) May 21
“I think we need to be restored by a sense of optimism that we can make a difference as individuals and on global problems.” – , president and CEO of CARE
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CARE (care.org) May 21
Replying to @RepAnnWagner
“You give a woman an opportunity, they will seize it. Not just for themselves, but for their community too.” –
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CARE (care.org) May 21
Replying to @RepCarolMiller
“From what I’ve learned on this trip, the various programs that are being funded are successful, and we need to continue helping people help themselves.” –
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CARE (care.org) May 21
and are making a huge difference in this country. Whether it’s the young agriculture, human trafficking, community roots, or the justice program, we are there to lend that helping hand — and we have to continue to support many of these programs.” –
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CARE (care.org) May 21
Representatives joined us on a trip through to witness the transformational impact of U.S. investments. Here’s what they had to say. 👇
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CARE Action! May 20
Help us support women in crisis-affected areas with a TRIPLE matched gift to CARE Action today.
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Global Atlanta May 20
’s at ’s conference: Trade Polarization Threatens Progress on Tackling Global Issues
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CARE (care.org) May 20
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Alvin leads an organization of small scale fishers in their engagement with local and city government in the . Although the environment is impacted by increasing water pollution and solid waste, Alvin remains resilient.
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CARE (care.org) May 20
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Cooperation is needed to overcome the challenges within Kediga’s community in . She has seen the community adapt and transform to withstand drought and . Resilience is now a reality.
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CARE (care.org) May 20
Replying to @bominabIe
Be assured that CARE is an efficient, trustworthy steward of donor dollars. More than 90% of our resources—among the highest of all philanthropic organizations—support our poverty-fighting projects. Less than 10% of resources go toward administrative and fundraising costs. (2/2)
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