Mali

CARE began its work in Mali in 1975 to help the government respond to an emergency. The work gradually shifted from emergency projects to programs aimed at helping local communities take initiatives for their own development. We emphasize the promotion of democratic governance, including helping community organizations become more effective.

We use partnerships to help build the sustainability of civil society. And we seek to defend the rights of the most vulnerable and marginalized people to obtain basic services. CARE’s program is one of the largest in Mali and is part of the Malian government’s poverty alleviation strategy.

2/12/18

CARE’s Second Annual Scale X Design Challenge Rewards Innovation with $400,000 in Grants

The competition is the culmination of CARE’s Scale X Design Accelerator, which quickens the pace at which innovative programs reach scale 

 

1/26/18

PBS News Hour: These 10 humanitarian crises got the least attention last year

CARE’s Suffering in Silence report highlighting the 10 most underreported humanitarian crises of 2017 was featured in a story by PBS NewsHour.

1/16/18

Ensuring Sustainability: Designing Food Programs for Results that Last

This report draws from 193 evaluations across CARE between 2013-2017 to examine best of our results in sustainability.

11/29/17

Girls Globe: Improving Medical Response to Violence in Fragile Settings

CARE’s SAFPAC (Supporting Access to Family Planning and Post-Abortion Care) projects on sexual and reproductive health are featured in an article published by Girl Globe, explaining the programs to fight gender-based violence in countries like Democratic Republic of Congo, Chad, and Mali. 

2/1/17

How to get a $31 Return for Every $1 Invested

According to communities in Ghana, Malawi, and Mali, the Pathways program generated $158 million worth of benefits in their lives.  That’s $31 of benefit for every $1 the project spent working with them.

9/10/15

Supporting Access to Family Planning & Post Abortion Care (SAF-PAC)

Ensuring the welfare of women, men, girls and boys, particularly in emergency situations, is one of CARE’s priorities.

6/23/15

Push Pull Model Graduates Families Out of Poverty

People in poverty have a wide range of abilities and needs.  Some are in emergencies where only direct support--in cash or in kind--can meet immediate needs.

6/22/15

Farmer's Field and Business School Toolkit

The Farmers' Field and Business Schools are a product of the CARE Pathways program, and focus on a learning by doing approach, putting farmers at the heart of learn

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