Through our 2020 Strategy, we learned that CARE can be more effective with a stronger focus on gender equality and more equitable partnerships. Collectively advancing gender equality is therefore the central organizing principle of our Vision 2030 and at the heart of CARE’s programmatic and organizational ambitions.
By 2030, CARE’s overall aim is to support at least 50 million people of all genders to experience greater gender equality in their lives (SDG 5 and SDGs 1, 4, 8, 10, and 16).
In all our impact areas – from humanitarian assistance to health equity and rights, to food and water rights security, to climate justice and women’s economic justice – the evidence is clear that we will not have lasting impact if we do not address gender injustice.
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