The CARE-WWF Alliance
Building on lessons from the past
After decades of conservation and humanitarian development work, the CARE-WWF Alliance transcends geographic and political boundaries to focus on building a sustainable future for rural communities living in fragile ecosystems.
The world’s poorest communities often depend on their immediate environment for food, water, shelter, and income. These communities are especially vulnerable when the ecosystems in which they live become damaged, degraded, or overtaxed by the demands of the global marketplace.
A Tale of Two Turtles
Cathy Riley from CARE Mozambique examines the community-based natural resource management groups that are being set up by the CARE-WWF Alliance in the Primieras and Segundas program.
Serving a Planet and its People
Since 2008, CARE and WWF have teamed up to nurture a delicate planet and better nourish the 7 billion people who call it home. Its impact is clear.
Nutrition for All
Four celebrity chefs visited Mozambique to learn about local food and found they had the same wishes as participants in the CARE-WWF Alliance -- to be able to provide their families with nutritious meals.
Fishing for a Lifetime
In Mozambique, through the Primeiras e Segundas program, the CARE-WWF Alliance has created 240 Village Savings and Loan Associations, 22 Farmer Field Schools and two fish sanctuaries that have doubled the number of fish in some areas and tripled fish diversity.