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Latest news and stories from CARE's work in the field

Latest news and stories from CARE's work in the field

Jan 15

A life-changing gift: Chin’s story

By CARE Australia January 15, 2016 0 comments
A mother studies while her husband holds their baby.

Mother and Village Animal Health Worker Chin has become an inspiration and role model for other women and girls in her rural Cambodian village. © CARE

How does your gift to CARE help change the lives of people living in poverty for generations to come? While women and girls often bear the brunt of disadvantage, thanks to generous CARE supporters, women like Chin in Cambodia are being helped to reach their full potential.

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Sep 14

Bilingual education in Cambodia

By CARE Australia September 14, 2015 1 comment

Khmer – Cambodia’s national language – is the only language of instruction in public schools, but few of the ethnic groups in the north-east provinces speak or understand it. ©Laura Hill/CARE

In Cambodia, CARE is helping children from remote ethnic groups go to school and learn in their native language for the first time.

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Nov 17

Cambodia: Helping Kheng keep her daughter in school

By CARE Australia November 17, 2014 0 comments

When floods destroyed Srey Kheng’s rice fields, CARE provided her with additional rice as part of the emergency response. This meant that Kheng was able to feed her family without taking her daughter out of school. ©CARE

When floods destroyed Kheng’s rice fields, CARE provided her with additional rice and she was able to keep her daughter in school.

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Jan 24

Cambodia: The very model of a modern male teacher

By CARE Australia January 24, 2014 0 comments

Mr Sen, 22, has been instrumental in bringing bilingual education to his hometown in Cambodia. ©Josh Estey/CARE

Mr Sen has been instrumental in bringing bilingual education to his hometown in Cambodia.

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