• 2 Goats

    CATALOG# 0101

    A goat gives a family nourishing milk to drink. It's also a vital source of income, since extra milk can be sold at local markets. And because they're always in demand, goats are like stocks or bonds, easily traded for vital goods and other animals.

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  • © 2012 Erin Lubin/CARE

    3 Piglets

    CATALOG# 0106

    A farmer can raise a piglet to adulthood and sell it for profit. Like a savings account, a pig can be “cashed in” at a market so a family can pay expenses like medical bills or school fees, or buy more piglets.

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    Quick Gift

    If you're in a hurry or want a thoughtful gift you don't want to have to think about, let CARE help. Purchase the Quick Gift and CARE will send urgent relief and lasting solutions to poverty to the people and places that need them most. Whoever said easy...

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  • Share of a School

    CATALOG# 0204

    A new school is the pride of a community – a symbol of prosperity where children flourish as new possibilities are discovered. CARE provides the experts and the construction materials to support parents in building a new future for their children...

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  • © 2012 CARE

    4 Water Treatment Kits

    Illnesses caused by a lack of clean, safe water kill as many people around the world every year as live in Chicago and San Francisco combined. When clean water isn't easily available, CARE provides water treatment tablets to make available water safe. A...

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  • © 2009 Kate Holt/CARE

    Agricultural Training

    In many developing countries, women are responsible for raising cattle and other livestock to provide food and income for their families. To give these women the training they need to succeed, CARE teaches them how to feed and care for their animals...

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  • © 2014 Erin Lubin/CARE

    Cooking Classes for Two

    Learning a marketable skill can be a crucial step in overcoming poverty. CARE's support of vocational education often goes hand in hand with teaching basic literacy, numeracy, life skills and business skills. This, plus access to savings and credit...

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  • © 2013 Peter Caton/CARE

    Disaster Preparedness Course

    CARE's approach to disaster response begins with thinking ahead. Every dollar invested in preparedness and prevention yields many more dollars in savings when responding to emergencies. CARE works with community leaders around the world to develop...

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  • © 2010 Evelyn Hockstein/CARE

    Emergency Latrine

    When disasters strike, one of the most urgent needs is a safe emergency sanitation system. If human waste washes into creeks and streams used for fresh water, the result can be deadly outbreaks of diarrhea or even cholera. That's why CARE's emergency...

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  • © 2009 CARE

    Emergency Water Supply

    Water is life. Illnesses from contamined water are the leading cause of death of children around the world. When an emergency occurs and people lose access to clean drinking water, their lives are at immediate risk. CARE provides 5,000 liter containers...

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  • © 2010 Erin Lubin/CARE

    Exam Chair With Stirrups

    Mothers and skilled birth attendants in poor, developing countries are tough and very resourceful. They have to be. But that doesn't mean they don't deserve or appreciate assistance and comfort. An exam chair is a more hygienic and comfortable aid that...

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