CARE Gender Marker: Case Studies and Lessons Learned - CARE

CARE Gender Marker: Case Studies and Lessons Learned

The CARE Gender Marker is an accountability and learning tool that monitors, on a 0-4 scale, how well gender has been integrated into the approach of humanitarian and development work. The grading scale places work directly along the CARE Gender Continuum.


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