The Omicron variant has made it clear that "no one is safe until everyone is safe." Investing in getting vaccines to the last mile for 70% of the global population, and paying the health care workers who do it, is the only way to end the pandemic.
As we begin this year's 16 Days of Activism to End Gender-Based Violence, we take a look at the creative ways that CARE teams have been working to end gender-based violence during a pandemic.
Faced with populations hesitant to get vaccinated, CARE, in partnership with Facebook, is rolling out vaccine public service announcements in 19 countries.
I am 13 years old, have seven siblings and live in Myanmar.
Feedback systems and tools like Women Respond and Rapid Gender Analysis helps us understand how we can adapt our response to have the most effective impact.
The Community Score Card amplifies voices of young people and other marginalized groups, elevating real-time data from local to national levels to inform reproductive health policy and planning during COVID-19.
A new CARE report details the role women frontline health workers play in vaccine delivery and why we must invest in fair pay and decent working conditions.
For many mothers in Palestine, the lock down was not a pleasant experience. Overburdened with endless house chores, child care, psychological and emotional pressure and home schooling most women did not find time to do anything for themselves. Bayan…
Rachel Adau Gieu, 29 years, Executive Director, implementing Projects WVL in Bor-Jonglei State, and Aweil Northern Bahr el Ghazal State in South Sudan. My work involves empowering women and girls in the Access to Living Standards, Justice and Women…