A gender-sensitive response to COVID-19
Women and girls have been disproportionally impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic while playing a key role in responding to the health crisis. CARE has supported women-centered leadership, design and delivery of response and recovery policies.Read about our COVID-19 response
of the direct participants of our programs are women and girls.
of our staff members are from the country where they work.
of all our funds go directly to program services.
Forty-four aid workers have lost their lives globally since the beginning of this year, 11 of them in South Sudan, 8 in Afghanistan and 7 in Myanmar
The new CARE study indicates that gender inequality makes it more difficult to access food in an already challenging context that includes drought and a severe economic and liquidity crisis.
Climate change impacts combined with the spike in food and oil prices are worsening the global hunger crisis, especially in countries of the Global South such as Somalia in East Africa.
Our Vision 2030
Together with our partners, we commit to supporting 200 million people from vulnerable communities to fight poverty and social injustice. To achieve this goal, gender equality sits at the heart of our work.Read CARE 2030 Goals