Household Dialogues for Financial Empowerment of Women (HH Dialogue manual) is a training course and manual designed for implementing the “Digital Sub Wallet for Increased Financial Empowerment of Women” Project. The Project’s main goal is: For women to have equitable influence over household financial decisions and to use mobile financial technology to improve their own and their family’s opportunities and lives. The interventions include dialogues that provide a platform for women to engage in household decision-making.
CARE’s Reflections on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (REDI) training takes staff on a journey of reflection and discovery to confront power imbalances which have the potential to limit the impact of our efforts to improve the lives of women and girls. This overview outlines why REDI is so important for CARE and how teams across CARE and beyond can access REDI workshops. Read More
In 2021, CARE Ecuador with the support of the Civil Society Alliance against Child Malnutrition hosted a dialogue based on the urgent need to combat child malnutrition. Conversations also focused on the expressed work of CARE Ecuador and the provincial governments of Chimborazo, Cotopaxi, and Bolivar, and how these networks can improve the production and living conditions of rural women in these provinces. This policy brief offers an overview of the topics covered and desired policy outcomes from dialogue participants. Read More
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. Read More