Between 2015 and 2019, CARE has run 57 projects that aimed to stop the spread of infectious disease epidemics – like Ebola, cholera, and zika – in 20 countries around the world. These projects collectively worked with 9 million people directly and provide lessons to inform CARE’s COVID-19 response.
After CARE Malawi pioneered the Community Score Card (CSC) methodology in 2002, 102 projects have used the CSC to create impact for 8.2 million people. This brief explores the CSC as a methodology that has successfully been scaled and adapted to new sectors, geographies, and crisis settings. Read MoreRead More
This brief provides an overview of one of CARE’s core social accountability models, the Community Score Card including the CSC process, key applications of the model across sectors, and emerging priorities. Read MoreRead More
This slidedeck presents lessons from CARE Tanzania’s implementation of COVID-19 response funding in Tabora Region. Close partnership between the Government of Tanzania and CARE enable integrated health systems strengthening support to enable the region to respond to infectious disease threats not limited to COVID-19. Read MoreRead More