As the world faces unprecedented challenges, now is not the time for budget cuts. The U.S. Congress must provide robust funding in the FY24 budget to help change lives and address the root causes of poverty.
The humanitarian community has come a long way since the first Sex and Age Matter report was published in 2011. In the new report, Sex, age (and more) still matter, we show how that progress has been uneven. The collection and analysis of sex-, age, and disability disaggregated data do not consistently inform programming and require further commitment and investment. Read More
In 2021, CARE Nepal supported the government and the National Farmer Groups Federation (NFGF) to host seven independent dialogues to garner inclusive participation in the UN Food Systems Summit and support the creation of Nepal’s National Pathway. Dialogues were held in all seven provinces and centered around the theme “The Rights of Marginalized Communities are the Basis for a Sustainable Food System.” Following the dialogue series, a national print media campaign was launched to highlight the relevant issues raised during the dialogues. This policy brief offers an overview of the topics covered and desired policy outcomes from dialogue participants. 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 More