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CARE's sustainable agriculture program in Sierra Leone helped farmers eliminate their hungry season. With enough food to eat, they're now able to save money, send their kids to school and plan for their futures.
For more information on CARE and how we're ending the hungry season in some of the world's poorest communities, please visit www.care.org/ar
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2004 - CARE, USAID and the Bangladesh government launched the SHOUHARDO program to reduce child malnutrition in Bangladesh's poorest communities. The program's success stunned researchers. In less than four years, child stunting within the program's target population dropped 28 percent. Data showed SHOUHARDO's single most effective intervention was women's empowerment. Learn more: http://www.care.org
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Approximately half the children in Rwanda under age 5 suffer from chronic malnutrition. 7-year-old Diane was once one of those sick children. She and other children are now flourishing in school thanks to CARE's Early Childhood Development project.
This project helps children receive the nutritional care and preparation they need to be successful in school, and childcare support for mothers so they are better able to work and support their families. Find out more by visiting http://www.care.org
Videography by Duncan Cameron
by CARE 762 views
Watch Anastazia Saka and Vicknes Chimbonga, two women members of the Village Savings and Loan groups in Malawi, share their stories about how participating in savings groups is changing their lives. This video introduces the Pathways program and features an interview with Henry Swira, Program Director at CARE-Malawi.
Thank you to those interviewed for sharing their stories. Finally, thanks to staff from CARE-Malawi and CARE-Australia for the interview translations and video footage and to Areya Simmons at CARE-USA for the video production and editing.
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Amina, an Ethiopian mother of nine children, was abandoned by her husband. Through CARE's Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP), she has two plots of farmland and is improving her family's life.
CARE is impacting communities by reclaiming degraded farmland throughout Ethiopia, as well as organizing Village Savings & Loans Associations to promote financial independence for women. Learn more by visiting http://www.care.org
Videography by Duncan Cameron.
by CARE 7,891 views
Every Child Deserves a 5th Birthday is an awareness-raising campaign led by USAID with CARE and other partners who work tirelessly on behalf of the world's children. A child is much more likely to survive into adulthood if the severe risks of infancy can be mitigated and they reach that important milestone of their 5th birthday. More than 7 million kids die needlessly each year of mostly preventable causes. Together, we will end those preventable child deaths. Learn more by visiting http://www.care.org
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CARE, USAID and the Bangladesh government launched the SHOUHARDO program in 2004 to reduce child malnutrition in Bangladesh's poorest communities. As told through the voice of the project participants, the program's focus on economic development, family planning, prevention of child marriage, women's empowerment and nutrition are just a few of the ways SHOUHARDO has been successful in combating the effects of poverty. Learn more by visiting http://www.care.org