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
COVID-19 vaccinations are quickly becoming a story of inequality. Gender inequality is a critical part of this story. In 16 countries where CARE has data, women are less likely to be vaccinated, and less likely to feel vaccines are safe.
This RGA aimed to gather gender-related information especially gender roles, responsibilities, barriers, misconceptions, social norms, policies, and support systems available for survivors of Gender-Based Violence.
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.
CARE Iraq conducted a study with 3,770 people in Ninewa and Duhok in mid-July 2021. The data specifically looks at the needs of marginalized people, and covers refugee, internally displaced people (IDPs), returnee, and host communities in several…
This document lays out our 2030 ambition to reach a world of hope, inclusion, and social justice.
CARE remains committed to ensuring the universal right to health. Our goal is that by 2030, 50 million people increase the fulfillment of their right to health, and 30 million women their right to sexual and reproductive health.
Collectively advancing gender equality is 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…
CARE International draws on decades of work protecting and enhancing food, water, and nutrition security for those most vulnerable.