Drought has left farmers, herders, and the animals they depend on struggling for survival. A girls’ and women’s rights organization plays a vital role in the humanitarian response.
Working families are struggling to stay afloat as the currents against them run stronger every day. While the federal government fails to take action, conditions and compensation steadily decline. Some states have stepped into the void and improved the outlook for workers; others have done nothing. The result? An ever-widening divide.
Our economic recovery requires robust investments in child care, and child care workers. We can’t ask parents to bear all the burden, and we can’t ask workers to face rock bottom wages. We need the federal government to do more.