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Winds of change bring good tidings for the people of MossurilMossuril, a district on the north coast of Mozambique, is no stranger to the devastation that comes with cyclones, heavy […]
CARE Honduras Facilitates Drought ResilienceCARE Honduras uses ecologically and economically sustainable technology to help households cope with droughts Overview: Rainwater capture has proven to […]
Agricultural Kiosks in India: Improving Access to Inputs Among Small-Holder Women FarmersBackground All through India, women farmers face inequalities. This is especially true of those in historically poor and disadvantaged Scheduled […]
Promoting Climate Smart Agriculture in Zimbabwe’s Dry BeltWe’re doing much better – even though the climate now is a lot less predictable Gosha Zimhatye and Haris Rutsate […]
Teaching Niger’s Dryland Farmers How to FishHardo Mazou is a farmer in Aguie, a village in the Maradi region of Niger. The 44 year old father […]
Bringing Resilience Building to the ClassroomImplementation of PfR´s Education Modules in the municipality of Chiquimulilla in Guatemala is having a great effect on high school […]
How Women Villagers Respond & Adapt to Climate ChangeClimate change is now a critical concern globally. Most countries in the world encounter extreme climatic events, including sea level […]
Women as drivers of change in Papua New GuineaThese case studies give first hand accounts of how CARE programs have impacted the lives of women in the regions of Papua-New-Guinea, Timor-Leste, Vanuatu, and Vietnam.