At the 18th UN-Climate Change Conference, the findings of an innovative comparative study confirm that rainfall variability and food insecurity are key drivers for human mobility. The empirical research
History of CARE International’s work in Tanzania
CARE International began working in Tanzania in 1994, initially focusing on the response to the Rwandan genocide and the subsequent influx of refugees into the Kagera Region of Northwestern Tanzania.
What CARE International does in Tanzania
CARE Tanzania focuses primarily on addressing the needs of the following groups:
- People dependent on natural resources in areas with severe environmental restrictions, especially women and girls
- Women and adolescent girls of reproductive age in rural underserved areas
- School-aged girls in rural underserved areas