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Foundations Partnerships

A woman wearing a bright yellow head scarf smiles and leans against a wooden counter with her arms crossed. Behind her are shelves full of buckets and other supplies.

Terhas Berhe / CARE

Terhas Berhe / CARE

CARE partners with U.S. and international foundations to carry out our mission to fight poverty around the world.

Our Foundation partners support both global programs and country-specific initiatives across all sectors of CARE’s work. These efforts are designed and implemented through working together to maximize our shared goals of equality, impact at scale, and a world without poverty.

To learn more about partnering with CARE or to share more about your Foundation’s priorities and strategic aims, please contact Charu Goyle, Associate Vice President of Foundation Partnerships, at foundations@care.org.

Foundations Partnerships Making Impact

CARE’s work with foundation partners is driven by evidence and reaches more than 100 million people annually. Learn more about many of these flagship initiatives below, and the incredible results we have achieved together around the world.

Maternal and children’s health

CARE is working with the Government of Bihar State in India to strengthen the health system and accelerate progress toward maternal and child health goals – and have made incredible strides.

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Education and dignified work

The Educate Your Children II project is supporting the Government of Somalia’s efforts to increase access to primary education by enrolling 80,600 marginalized children, with a focus on girls and those affected by displacement and conflict.

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The “Win-Win for Gender and Nutrition” project tested a gender-transformative approach from Asia in Africa and showed significant impact across a range of outcomes.

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Humanitarian crisis

Women Respond builds on CARE’s Rapid Gender Analysis work and puts women’s voices and experiences at the center of humanitarian actions, providing unique insights into women’s experiences leading in times of crisis.

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Read more of our project impact reports, evaluations, and peer-reviewed articles in CARE’s Evaluation Library.