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A Shared Opportunity between OPIC and CSIS: Helene D. Gayle

"New approaches to eradicating extreme poverty and inequity that include the private sector in partnership with governments and NGOs hold real promise for sustainable solutions. Putting empowerment of women as core to development efforts is key." - Helene D. Gayle, President and CEO, CARE USAToday’s Shared Opportunity e-card features Helene D. Gayle, President and CEO, CARE USA.

Click here to see the most recent Shared Opportunity e-card, featuring Theodore E. McCarrick, Archbishop Emeritus of Washington.

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