Gender relations in South Sudan are shaped by the social and economic realities of being one of the world's poorest countries and by decades of conflict. Traditional gender norms which guide everyday life for most South Sudanese put responsibility of household chores, as well as collecting firewood, fetching water, care work for children, elderly and the sick on women, while girls help them.
CARE’s Gender Equality Framework (GEF) guides how we approach gender equality across all our programming. This two-page brief gives an overview of what this is and what it means for our programming. Read More
CARE's Gender Marker helps us measure our progress towards achieving gender equality. This two-page overview outlines why we need it, when it’s used and how it can support teams to increase their impact. Read More