Recent projections are showing that the world is not on track to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2, Zero Hunger by 2030, and people are more food insecure than ever. When food insecure households have to make decisions on how to use their limited resources, children’s schooling, especially girls’ access to education, often becomes a casualty. This brief report attempts to shed a light on the current global food insecurity status, its impact on children’s cognitive development, and some of CARE’s promising practices which are showing results in reducing the impact of food insecurity on education outcomes.
In South Asia and around the world, child early and forced marriage (CEFM) is a symptom of deeply rooted gender inequalities. The Tipping Point Initiative focuses on addressing this root cause by promoting the rights of adolescent girls through community-level programming in Nepal and Bangladesh. This brief presents the findings from baseline evaluation on the five social norms that Tipping Point programming focus. Read MoreRead More
In 2020-2022, WRC, with research partner South Africa Medical Research Council and CARE, undertook a study in Northwest Syria to understand the potential of integrating CVA into GBV case management for comprehensive support to survivors in humanitarian emergencies. The study drew on the expertise of WRC and used best practice guidance and tools implemented by CARE Turkey and its local partners, including Syria Relief and Development (SRD). This is the snapshot report. Read More
In 2021, CARE Malawi collaborated with the FAO, WFP, Ministry of Agriculture; CSONA, CISANET, GMT, Concern Worldwide, and Welthungerhlife Malawi to host a series of independent dialogues to garner inclusive participation in the UN Food Systems Summit and support the creation of Malawi's National Pathway. This policy brief offers an overview of the topics covered and desired policy outcomes from dialogue participants. Read MoreRead More