Hunger Policies Continue to Ignore Gender is CARE’s updated review of hunger action documents for their inclusion and funding of women and gender centered responses. An assessment of 86 documents demonstrated that organizations responsible for creating evidence on food insecurity and responses to hunger often overlook how gender inequality drives food insecurity for women and girls. Food policies are not keeping pace with the magnitude of the problem partly because they exclude the specific needs of women and girls, as well as their capacity to offer solutions best adapted to their needs.
CARE’s goal is for people of all genders to achieve greater gender equality Read More
This two-page overview explains what CARE means when we say we aim to shift social norms and outlines how we approach this in our programs. Read More
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