Monitoring data from our programs around the globe is fundamental to ensure the work we conduct with our partners is having effective results to reduce poverty and increase social justice. This data is reported here to keep our strict commitment to transparency in all we do.
CARE International monitors and reports two main sources of data:
Reach: Women, men, girls, and boys who are directly or indirectly involved in activities implemented by CARE and partners, receiving support, services, goods, resources or directly engaged in actions toward change in policies or social norms.
Impact: Long-lasting improvements in people’s lives resulting from changes in policies or program outcomes. This can include changes in people’s economic situation, access to health or other services, and/or a greater sense of power and ability to negotiate. CARE is one of the few organizations around the globe that monitors long-term impact of social development programs.
Explore the interactive data panel below to learn more about CARE and partners’ reach and impact around the globe.