CARE International joined the other members of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee to call for immediate action on the looming hunger crisis in Somalia
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
In 2021, CARE’s Vision 2030 was launched. By 2030, CARE commits to support 75 million people, to majority women and girls, to fulfill their right to food, water, and nutrition. From Fiscal Year 2021, CARE has assisted 2,437,157 people increase their…
For the 811 million people around the globe living in hunger, the effects of the conflict in Ukraine represent another deeply alarming threat to their food security. Women, children, and other marginalized groups disproportionately bear the brunt of…
CARE International embraced the policy initiatives by the European Commission, the Governments of Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire, and the private sector, to invest in cocoa-producing communities and promote equitable benefits from cocoa production
CARE together with the NGO coalition Generation Nutrition developed a policy briefing calling on the EU to make financial and policy commitments to step up efforts to eradicate hunger.
This document lays out our 2030 ambition to reach a world of hope, inclusion, and social justice.
CARE International draws on decades of work protecting and enhancing food, water, and nutrition security for those most vulnerable.