Informed by lessons learned from past public health emergencies, CARE’s analysis shows that COVID-19 outbreaks in development or humanitarian contexts could disproportionately affect women and girls in a number of ways, including adverse effects on their education, food security and nutrition, health, livelihoods, and protection.
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
Women are helping to lead community response, but the space for their participation and leadership is shrinking. The best way to understand what is happening to crisis affected populations—especially for people who often do not get a chance to inform the global conversation—is to listen to their voices and experiences. Read More
The 2022 CARE Jordan Annual Needs Assessment is the eleventh installment of a series that dates back to 2012. The aim of the assessment is to identify, analyze, and track the needs, vulnerabilities, and coping mechanisms of host communities and refugees in Jordan. It is targeted at addressing knowledge gaps related to a lack of longitudinal data on the needs of vulnerable populations. Read More