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yesterday at 19:40. Facebook
I cried a little today.

Maliyana and her mother, Magret, have endured heartbreaking hunger, but today they sat and heard voices of encouragement, support and respect from people around the world.

“You are a great mother…know that you are not alone,” read one. We only posted the film of their story on Facebook yesterday, but the comments quickly came pouring in, and they were beautiful....
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yesterday at 14:38. Facebook
In this 360 photo (move your phone or click-and-drag on desktop to view), two girls in Kayesa, Malawi show us the filthy well they often rely on for drinking water. It's filled with dirt, swarming with insects and polluted by runoff from the brick kiln visible next to the tree. We'll share their story of struggle and defiance in coming days. -Andisheh (in Malawi) #DreamWithHer
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yesterday at 06:02. Facebook
Kids everywhere love to show off what they know. Click to hear kids in a Kayesa, Malawi kindergarten share what they know - their names, body parts, and a rendition of the alphabet song that morphs into kid-improv. And stick around for the sweet ending. -Andisheh (in Malawi) #DreamWithHer
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12/08/2016 at 21:33. Facebook
A girl and her goat! How cute are they?!

This week we introduced you to Maliyana, who lives in Malawi and dreams of becoming a doctor. Her mother, Magret, is a widow, and raising goats has helped her send Maliyana to school. We're visiting with Maliyana and her family again tomorrow - what questions do you have for them? Leave them in the comments and we'll ask them for you. - Andisheh in Malawi
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12/08/2016 at 13:00. Facebook
Maliyana’s story will break your heart and then leave you inspired. Watch now and leave a message of encouragement or a question. We’ll deliver your messages when we visit her again this Friday! - Andisheh in Malawi #DreamWithHer
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12/08/2016 at 00:10. Facebook
This December, a CARE team in Malawi is introducing you to Evelesi, Maliyana, Alinafe and many other young girls whose lives have been transformed by CARE’s work and the generosity of our donors.

This is Alinafe. She had never seen bubbles until today. Though her family often struggles to eat, today there was a lot of joy in their home. #DreamWithHer
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12/07/2016 at 22:15. Facebook
The team had a busy day filming, taking photos, and editing videos today in the villages around Kasungu. I made a lot of new friends and heard so many incredible stories about how families survive in Malawi. Tomorrow we do it all over again, so stay tuned! -Kate, in Malawi
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12/07/2016 at 21:05. Facebook
Walking around Kayesa today, a remote farming village in central Malawi, I stopped to eavesdrop on a gospel choir from outside the church. One of the men in the choir saw me through a window, came outside, and invited me to come inside the church. Malawians proudly call their country "the warm heart of Africa." Proudly and accurately. - Andisheh, in Malawi

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12/07/2016 at 15:04. Facebook
“There are few female doctors in Malawi because the girls don’t work hard and drop out.” And there’s an unsettling reason why. #DreamWithHer
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12/07/2016 at 13:08. Facebook
CARE’s humanitarian workers in Indonesia are on high alert and are monitoring the situation. We have specialist staff on standby ready to be deployed, as well as emergency relief supplies ready to be distributed, if requested.

Deadly magnitude 6.5 earthquake hits Aceh in Indonesia

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12/06/2016 at 17:00. Facebook
Look at that SMILE!

Alinafe had never seen bubbles until today. Though her family often struggles to eat, today there was a lot of joy in their home. We'll be sharing a film of Alinafe’s story this week. - Devin, in Malawi #DreamWithHer
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12/06/2016 at 21:39. Facebook
Look at that SMILE!

Alinafe had never seen bubbles until today. Though her family often struggles to eat, today there was a lot of joy in their home. We'll be sharing a film of Alinafe’s story this week. - Devin, in Malawi #DreamWithHer
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12/06/2016 at 18:41. Facebook
Alinafe had never seen bubbles until today. Her only other toy is a ball. Though her family often struggles to eat, today there was a lot of joy in their home. We'll be sharing a film of Alinafe’s story this week. - Devin, in Malawi #DreamWithHer
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12/06/2016 at 15:50. Facebook
Test your knowledge: #NowMoreThanEver, we need to work together to eliminate gender inequality worldwide.

Survey - Which country first criminalized marital rape? - CARE

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12/05/2016 at 17:00. Facebook
Maliyana draws her dreams, says her mother, Magret. She draws people, flowers, and houses she’d like to live in one day instead of the cramped space she and her family currently share with many others.

We met Maliyana and Magret this afternoon. Magret’s husband died 10 years ago and she’s struggled to provide food and clothing for her two kids ever since. Maliyana loves to learn, but...
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12/05/2016 at 18:57. Facebook
“They are rotten, terrible kids." says Lissa, a mom of three. Watch her plan for a more meaningful holiday this year with the CARE Gift Catalog. Please join us, SHARE this video and help spread the word! #DreamWithHer
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12/05/2016 at 17:00. Facebook
Hi - For the next 2 weeks I'm in Malawi with CARE doing something we've never done before. We're driving around the country to give girls like Evelesi a chance to tell you about themselves. Join us as we learn about their dreams, meet their families, and consider the deeper meaning of this holiday season. Leave a message for Evelesi in the comments and I promise I'll deliver it to her this...
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12/02/2016. Facebook
Earlier this year Kenya announced it has disbanded its Department of Refugee Affairs, and followed up in June with the statement that the government planned to close Dadaab refugee camp, the world's largest, by the end of November 2016. In mid-November, the Kenyan government extended this deadline until May 2017. CARE in Kenya is welcoming this announcement.

“There are still more than 275,000...
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12/02/2016. Facebook
CARE's David Ray and CARE Action's Rachael Lehman talk with Jeanne Faulkner about what the election means to humanitarian assistance for girls and women living in the poorest countries in the world.

Spoiler alert - They're more reassuring than you'd expect.

Listen Now: Making Your Post-Election Stress Matter

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12/02/2016. Facebook
Parents are forced to decide between saving their sick children and preventing healthier ones from following the same perilous route.

In Yemen’s war, trapped families ask: Which child should we save?

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