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Introducing the CAREcast — a brand new Podcast from CARE!

9 June 2020

CARE is launching an exciting new way to help you engage with the Better Story we are so passionate about.

The CAREcast is the podcast of the Better Story! We’ll be taking a look at current issues at the heart of CARE, with exclusive interviews, expert panel debates, and more! Be prepared to be inspired, challenged, and engaged with the work of CARE.

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The CAREcast will take a long look at some of the biggest issues of the day

Each week our podcast team will hear from those working at the heart of our causes, and we'll explore how you can support the work of CARE going forward.

The CAREcast is available on both Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Remember to like, subscribe and review for the latest episodes and specials that will be coming your way!

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CAREcast will bring you informed discussion to help you engage with the world around you

New to podcasts? Simply search CAREcast podcast in Apple Podcasts or Spotify search bar and you’ll find us there!

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