Ahead of the 9 Summit of the Americas, CARE USA, the Pulte Institute for Global Development at Notre Dame University, and the Central America Research Alliance convened civil society experts in Latin America and the Caribbean to discuss the intersection of humanitarian crisis, migration, and displacement across the Americas, and how policymakers can support a more equitable future for all.
This report compares two crises points in humanitarian and food security needs (2008 and 2022), and the international communities funding responses and approaches. CARE generated evidence and program examples, as well as external funding data, show that the 2022 hunger crisis is twice as bad in 2008, but we are not seeing similar urgency and funding scale up—nor are we seeing lessons learned in prioritizing layered, nexus approaches in the response. Read More
CARE’s goal is for people of all genders to achieve greater gender equality Read More
This two-page overview explains what CARE means when we say we aim to shift social norms and outlines how we approach this in our programs. Read More