Ethiopia, A Decade of Results and Learning

Ethiopia, A Decade of Results and Learning

Publication info

Posted
12/6/19

CARE Ethiopia is proud of the learning we have generated particularly in nontraditionally gendered areas regarding the importance and key contributions that empowerment of women and girls makes to poverty alleviation such as food security, resilience and climate change. CARE Ethiopia is also proud of its contributions to the SDGs, in particular SDGs #5 – Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment, #1 - No Poverty, #2 - Zero Hunger, #3 Ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages and #13 - Climate Action. However, while there has been progress towards these SDGs, women and girls continue to suffer discrimination and violence in every part of the world, the impacts of climate change are increasingly being felt globally and rising food and nutrition insecurity is a defining challenge of the 21st century. CARE Ethiopia and our partners will continue to focus on women and girls and joint efforts to build marginalized and vulnerable people’s resilience and their ability to take actions to reduce their vulnerability to climate risk and food and nutrition insecurity.

CARE Launched a new 10 year strategy in 2009, and has taken the opportunity of 2019 to reflect on a decade of learning and impact, to see where we have had impact and pushed the envelope on creative programming. Take a look at some of the core documents they have produced to reflect this Decade of Learning and Impact

A Decade of Results in Social Transformation for Chronically Food Insecure Rural Women

A Decade of Results in Social Transformation for Urban Female Youth

A Decade of Results in Social Transformation for Pastoralist women

Learning on Gender Equality:

Learning on Social Transformation

Learning on Resilience:

Learning on Economic Empowerment:

Donate

Tagged: