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
COVID-19’s impact on the lives of women and girls has rolled back progress on gender equality by a generation, but there is still time to reverse that
This report highlights case studies and lessons learned from 20 countries during COVID-19. The evidence shows that we must invest in gender equality in health systems to prepare for and respond to the next pandemic.
CARE has conducted regional and whole country Rapid Gender Analyses to better assess the needs amid the critical humanitarian emergency in Syria.
Through this policy, CARE commits to ensuring that gender equality and inclusion are fully incorporated in all our work both as universal human rights and an end in themselves
CARE International reflections and recommendations on ECHO's guidance on the promotion of equal partnerships with local responders
In this project led by CARE Palestine, four women tell their daily hardships living under conflict, their COVID-related challenges, and their dreams and aspirations using storytelling techniques.