The 117th Congress has an opportunity to bolster the United States’ standing in the world as a global leader in humanitarian assistance and international development. With record numbers of people displaced from their homes and in need of aid, heightened climate crises and food insecurity, worsening gender inequality, and now a global economic downturn, all occurring amid a historic global pandemic, the actions taken and policies developed in 2021 will be decisive.
In late 2020, Meta approached CARE USA with an intriguing question: What if social media could drive social and behavior change for positive public health outcomes? Download our playbook to learn how CARE tested methods and learn how to apply our learnings for your own campaign. Read MoreRead More
This brief shares learning on the additional risks girls may face when leading change in their communities and actions taken ensure their safety. It draws on learning from CARE’s girl-led activism model, developed in partnership with EMPower under the Tipping point Initiative and implemented in five countries across three regions. Read MoreRead More
Women and Girls’ Safe Spaces are a key strategy for the protection and empowerment of diverse women and girls affected by humanitarian crisis. This Promising Practices Guide outlines why WGSS are an important part of CARE’s GBViE programming and what teams need to know about establishing and managing WGSS. Read MoreRead More