On World Refugee Day in June 2017, the UN announced a record number of displaced people worldwide: 65.6 million. That constitutes the biggest crisis in the UN’s history and the biggest since 1945, when CARE was founded.
In 2021, CARE’s Vision 2030 was launched. By 2030, CARE commits to support 75 million people, to majority women and girls, to fulfill their right to food, water, and nutrition. From Fiscal Year 2021, CARE has assisted 2,437,157 people increase their access to food, water, and nutrition. In Fiscal Year 2021, CARE had 795 projects in its portfolio on the Right to Food, Water and Nutrition, directly reaching 33.9 million people,53% of which were women and girls. This report gives an overview of our programming and impact from across the Food and Water Systems portfolio. Read MoreRead More
Since 2015, CARE has been tracking impact metrics in line with the Sustainable Development Goals. In 2021, CARE shifted to 30 impact indicators for CARE’s Vision 2030, still aligned with the SDGs. The SDGs represent a collective, global commitment to a transformed world. It is only right that an organization like CARE also be accountable to demonstrating how its work contributes to these shared goals toward this collective vision. Between 2015 and 2021 CARE and our partners have contributed to global change for 161 million people in 83 countries. We use the word “contributions” deliberately: in all our work, change happens through the combined efforts of many different actors, including civil society and movements, governments, and the private sector. Our programs are just some of the contributing factors that lead to these impacts and outcomes. Read MoreRead More