This two-page overview outlines CARE’s model for girl-led action to shift social and gender norms, why it is important and how it works. Girls in Action (also known as Learning Communities on the Move or LCOM) was originally developed in South Asia in partnership with the EMPower Foundation.
Through working with the local social entrepreneurship ecosystem, CARE worked with 26 social entrepreneurs by offering training in social entrepreneurship and design thinking in turn strengthening their capacity for sustainable, scalable, and inclusive impact. Read MoreRead More
Titukulane delivered strong outcomes in fiscal year 2023 (FY23) across its three Purpose Areas, surpassing its Life of Award (LOA) target by 6% by reaching 540,485 individuals in 159,847 households, 172,240 of whom were youth. In addition to total reach, the project met or exceeded the majority of key outcome indicators. Read MoreRead More
Jibu's innovative purification technology and franchise model seeks to increase underserved communities' access to affordable, high-quality drinking water, while also strengthening women's entrepreneurship and economic empowerment. Read MoreRead More