In July 2017, a delegation of policymakers, technical experts and the media traveled with CARE to see the positive reach and scope of U.S. investments and partnerships in Jordan, particularly focused on the impact of humanitarian assistance programs and the long-term efforts to protect and empower displaced women and girls.
Our January update tells the stories of Masha, a three-year-old who fled Ukraine with her parents, and three volunteers from the Ukraine House, a cultural center in Przemyśl, Poland that was converted into an emergency shelter. Read MoreRead More
In 2021, CARE Nepal supported the government and the National Farmer Groups Federation (NFGF) to host seven independent dialogues to garner inclusive participation in the UN Food Systems Summit and support the creation of Nepal’s National Pathway. Dialogues were held in all seven provinces and centered around the theme “The Rights of Marginalized Communities are the Basis for a Sustainable Food System.” Following the dialogue series, a national print media campaign was launched to highlight the relevant issues raised during the dialogues. This policy brief offers an overview of the topics covered and desired policy outcomes from dialogue participants. Read MoreRead More