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CARE Australia
12/01/2016 at 21:00. Facebook
"Over the last 50 years, the world has done so much to reduce extreme poverty – it is a real success story. But there’s still more to be done, and I see my new role as the chance to put my money where my mouth has always been and lead an organisation which I believe can be the leader in development and gender equality."

Our new CEO, Sally Moyle, shared with us the journey that brought her to...
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CARE Australia
11/29/2016 at 21:00. Facebook
Today is the last day to donate to the cause and show your support for Walk in Her Shoes. Make a donation to an individual or a team and help boost our overall fundraising target.


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CARE Australia
11/28/2016 at 21:00. Facebook
With the silly season fast approaching, #GivingTuesday is time to take stock and give something to those most in need.

Backpack and school starter kit | CAREgifts

One in three women worldwide are abused in their lifetime. This violence stems from a core belief that women aren’t equal to men.

During the #16Days of Activism, we need to demand gender equality, #NowMoreThanEver. We can stop violence against women.
Walk in Her Shoes fundraising closes next week. A generous CARE donor is matching every donation, dollar-for-dollar, up to $3,000! We have until #GivingTuesday 29 November to make it happen. Ask a friend to sponsor you today and double your impact!

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From everyone at CARE Australia, we offer congratulations to Dr Sharman Stone – Australia’s new Ambassador for Women and Girls. Let’s work together to advance equality for women across the globe.

Stone next women and girls ambassador

These kids actually WANT to go to school. Your Christmas gift can help them get there.

Help Kids Learn To Read

"Shaken from my sleep around 5:00 this morning. A shell exploded in front of my home." Ahmad, a CARE partner in Aleppo. Ahmad is one of 250,000 civilians experiencing the ongoing shelling of Aleppo every day.
In 2011, CARE introduced the VSLA initiative, which is designed to meet the economic needs of vulnerable women. Under the program, women receive a business start-up grant of $USD 300 and training in courses such as book keeping, management, and entrepreneurship. So far, CARE has supported 239 groups (4,388 individuals) across Somaliland and Puntland.

Village Savings and Loan Associations are transforming communities in Somalia - CARE Australia

“Hold on to that which unites us now more than ever: love, respect, freedom.” –Hala Kamil, Syrian Advocate and Refugee

Image credit: Josh Estey/CARE
You’ve still got time to show your support for Walk in Her Shoes – fundraising is extended until 30 November! You can donate to the cause and help reduce the distance women and girls have to walk by providing clean water and nutritious food close to home.

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Did you know that the biggest refugee camp in the world is in Kenya? Here's 5 other facts you may not know about the Dadaab refugee camp.

5 facts about the biggest refugee camp in the world - CARE Australia

South Sudan has now become one of the most dangerous countries in the world to be an aid worker. Read more from CARE's South Sudan Country Director, Fred McCray.

Is it too dangerous to work in South Sudan? - CARE Australia

The worst drought in 35 years is affecting rural communities across Mozambique, with many suffering from a lack of food and water. Community volunteers who have been trained by CARE are playing a key role in counselling and advising families in their communities on staying healthy through this time of need. Rita, is one of those volunteers. Read more about her story.

Rita is a grandmother and a lifesaver in Mozambique

CARE Australia’s Sam Bolitho is currently on the ground in northern Iraq. Read his account for the Daily Telegraph.

"They took the beautiful girls." The brutal reality of life in Iraq - CARE Australia

When Klem, a 22-year-old single mother was in grade two, she dropped out of school, due to the language barrier she faced. With little education, Klem married young and found herself as a single mother in her early 20s.

Today, her dreams are to see her children succeed in school and gain the education Klem missed.

At CARE, we're working to implement multilingual education programs, so that...
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"I dream that they can go to school and learn to write..." Multilingual education offers hope for mothers in Cambodia

“No country can really develop unless its citizens are educated.” - Nelson Mandela

Photo credit: Josh Estey/CARE
In a bid to combat accusations of outmoded gender stereotyping, The Walt Disney Company has issued a 10-point checklist for becoming a princess, none of which mention appearance. We know that limiting gender stereotypes in young girls can help contribute to body esteem issues.

Disney issues 10-point checklist for modern aspiring princesses

The walking and running shoes may have been packed away for another year, but it doesn't mean the Walk in Her Shoes challenge has to end just yet. You can still fundraise and donate, to help improve the lives of those in need overseas.

[ Walkinhershoes.org.au Link ] | #WalkInHerShoes
We are thrilled to announce the winner of our Walk in Her Shoes Instagram competition as Yasemin Sirin. Yasemin is the lucky winner of a $1,000 domestic flight voucher from Virgin Australia. We loved the photo she shared of her team walking an incredible 50km in one day in the Blue Mountains!