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October 26, 2012
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October 26, 2012
2 people found this review helpful

As someone who does a lot with nonprofits, it is a full time job–7 days a week/24 hours a day especially with our connected world. It's also complicated. CARE has a long history of doing good. Instead of focusing on the CEO, let's focus on the accomplishments. I've worked for and with CARE for years. When there is a disaster, they are there. And involved on so many levels from policy, women's health issues, gender discrimination, maternal health, hunger, disease and more. Does anyone want to imagine a world without CARE and similar organizations. I don't. Especially where there is so much injustice and preventable diseases and things left to resolve.

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CARE encourages all of our U.S.-based supporters to join our CARE Action Network, a group of CARE advocates working to educate our nation’s leaders about issues related to global poverty. Join thousands of other supporters around the country in speaking out on behalf of women, children and poor families around the world.

CARE does not generally recruit volunteers for fieldwork for several reasons. Whenever possible, CARE works with local people in order to expand skills and knowledge in a county, as well as to ensure sustainability. Often, local laws prohibit or severely restrict the use of foreign volunteers. Most of our programs require specific expertise and several years of experience in international development and relief. Using volunteers internationally can be very costly in regard to airfare, meals, and lodging.

If you aren’t a U.S. resident or are interested in working abroad, please check http://bit.ly/CAREcareers for current career and internship opportunities. Or, you can contact our offices in countries around the world directly at http://bit.ly/CAREcountries