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Fighting global poverty by empowering women and girls. Creator of the original ®. Send one at .
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From Venezuelan migrants in Ecuador to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, here's a glimpse into how displaced people are coping amid a pandemic.
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Join us tomorrow, July 15 for a timely conversation with global women leaders to learn more about the impact of on the entire food eco-system and resulting threats facing the world’s most vulnerable populations.
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Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli 15h
Excited to be engaging with amazing women from across the globe to discuss our role in addressing food insecurity!!!
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Iman Abdulmajid 5h
75 years ago, generous Americans sent the first Packages to help hungry families after World War II. Let’s continue the spirit & create a tidal wave of gratitude by sending a CARE Package to a frontline hero or a community in need of support in the USA or worldwide
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Michelle Nunn 3h
Excited to welcome the new members of ’s board of directors: Runa Alam, , , & . Grateful for their commitment to social justice and ending poverty around the world.
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How do you wash your hands several times a day when there is limited access to clean water?
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The healthcare experiences of many Americans, in particular Black and Native women, are fraught with discrimination and structural racism. Check out CARE’s latest Rapid Gender Analysis:
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CARE (care.org) 24h
The effects of do not impact U.S. populations equally. Black, Indigenous, and People of Color and women are disproportionately denied food, housing, health, water and education.
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CARE (care.org) 24h
As a long-standing member of , welcomes the 2020 Roadmap. Its concrete recs lay out how members can end the rollback of women & girls’ rights. In 2020 we must all work harder to turn the tide to advance gender equality
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CARE (care.org) Jul 13
The spread of in the U.S. has amplified existing social, economic, political, and historic inequalities. Check out CARE’s latest Rapid Gender Analysis:
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CARE International Jul 12
"We fear that this decision will increase the suffering of those in need, who are overwhelmingly women and children (...) This is a dark day in the 75 year history of the and should rightfully question all of us for allowing this decision to stand."
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CARE (care.org) Jul 13
As the first cases of are being reported in Idlib, , you can take immediate action and urge your members of Congress to fight for Syrians and all those living in crisis by prioritizing humanitarian assistance when it’s needed most.
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CARE (care.org) Jul 13
Please join us July 15 for a timely conversation with global women leaders to learn more about the impact of on the entire food eco-system and resulting threats facing the world’s most vulnerable populations.
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CARE (care.org) Jul 13
In the worst desert locust outbreak in decades, tens of billions of locusts are moving across East Africa, Southwest Asia, and the Arabian Peninsula, devouring crops and potentially leaving millions of people without enough food to survive.
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Michelle Nunn Jul 13
Excited that is joining w/ , , 's , 's , 's , 's & tomorrow at 8am ET to discuss the importance of SME financing to response and recovery efforts.
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CARE (care.org) Jul 13
There's no question women will be on the frontlines of the response to COVID-19, increasing their risk of contracting . CARE is working to make sure their needs are met as this crisis unfolds. Your gift right now saves lives.
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CARE (care.org) Jul 13
Every year, over 26 million people are displaced by the effects of . Climate change exacerbates existing inequalities, and in crisis - women bear the heaviest load.
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CARE (care.org) Jul 13
Women frontline workers often have greater patient interactions in professions such as nursing, where women make up over 85% of the workforce, increasing their risks of exposure to . New report:
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Michelle Nunn Jul 11
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communities and respond to COVID-19. urges Council members to prioritize Syrians’ access to principled humanitarian assistance and make every effort to ensure innocent civilians do not bear the brunt of this political compromise. (5/5)
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Michelle Nunn Jul 11
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displaced Syrians in the northwest lack access to soap, the most basic hygiene necessity to stem the transmission of coronavirus. Keeping both Bab Al Hawa and Bab Al Salam open would have ensured better access for the humanitarian community to provide aid to these (4/5)
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