Oxfam and CARE carried out a research and learning project with the goal of highlighting the perspectives of feminist organizations and WROs on their experiences of collaboration with INGOs, and to draw lessons from their views, ideas and ways of working.
With a record level of over 300 million people in need of humanitarian assistance, CARE joins nearly 63 NGOs to call for a more efficient aid system and a renewed commitment to shrink needs, deepen the resource base and invest in gender equality.
In a new report in collaboration with the Institute for Policy, Advocacy and Governance, CARE Austria has looked at how things are at the halftime of the SDGs, including an in-depth study on the impact of COVID19 on SDG 3 (Health and Well-being) in…
Since gaining its independence in 2011, South Sudan experienced renewed conflicts in 2013 and 2016 which have significantly undermined the development gains achieved post-independence and contributed to a worsened humanitarian situation. Gender relations…
CARE and other 29 NGOs called on the international community to redouble their efforts to support both a long-term truce and a full and equitably funded humanitarian response in Yemen, in order to allow people to rebuild and recover their lives.
CARE International joined the other members of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee to call for immediate action on the looming hunger crisis in Somalia
Here, we highlight the perspective of some of CARE’s women-led partner organizations working on the humanitarian response to the Ukraine War and call for increased support and inclusion of these actors in decision-making processes
New CARE study shows for the first time the deep connection between gender equality and food security: the more gender inequality there is in a country, the hungrier people are
Preliminary findings of a new CARE study show that limited income potential, gender inequality and other factors make Afghan women and girls disproportionately vulnerable to food insecurity