CARE and the SDGS: Impact and Learning Analysis 2015-2020

When CARE developed our 2020 Program Strategy, aligning our measurement system with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) seemed an obvious choice; as the SDGs represent a collective, global commitment to a transformed world, it is only right that an organization like CARE also show how its work contributes to these shared goals toward this collective vision.

In this report, we account for the contributions CARE and our partners have made to these global goals, drawing on evaluations, learning summaries or periodic outcome reports from over 1,300 projects and advocacy/influencing initiatives, from 2015 to 2020. We use the word “contributions” deliberately: in all our work, change happens through the combined efforts of many different actors, including civil society and movements, governments, and the private sector. Our programs are just some of the contributing factors that lead to these impacts and outcomes. The report also highlights what we have learned over the last six years, and the areas we need to focus on and improve over the next 10 years of the SDG period, to 2030.

Full report in English


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