One of a series of food briefs, this case study provides a snapshot of how the original Indashyikirwa intervention in Rwanda is helping couples to deal with food current shortages more proactively and equally.
CARE Ethiopia has been implementing Water programs in Amhara State Region for almost 2 decades, funded by multiple sources. The SWEEP project was implemented from November 2017 to 2021 and the second phase project (IWRA) is under implementation since December 2021. Both projects are funded by the Austrian Development Agency and both have the objective of improving the food security and resiliency of chronically food-insecure households, especially rural women living in Belesa woredas of central Gondar. This document gives a visual representation of the projects at a glimpse. Read MoreRead More
This year, we award our annual WASH Systems Award to our many CARE teams working to strengthen WASH systems in humanitarian and nexus contexts. This award is in recognition of their tireless efforts to ensure WASH as a basic service in the wake of humanitarian crises, and their efforts to begin addressing the structural and systems barriers to WASH in fragile contexts. Please join us in celebration, and read our 2023 WASH Systems Award brief. Read MoreRead More
Kouassi Akissi Rodiasse is 30 years old and married with three children. She lives in Kragui-Méagui in the South West of Côte d’Ivoire. She has been a member of her Village Savings & Loan Association (VSLA), supported by CARE and Mars, for four years. Rodiasse and her husband own a cocoa farm and an animal breeding business. Rodiasse also has her own juice making enterprise. Read MoreRead More