Providing opportunities for women to increase their financial control supports their empowerment, as well as creates chances to improve development outcomes for their families. Women’s increased financial autonomy also reduces the mental and emotional stress that results from unequal financial conditions. The Digital Sub-Wallets project included two main objectives: • Increase women’s autonomy through more private control over money; and, • Improve cooperation by enhancing communication and relationships within the household.
CARE believes that achieving gender equality requires transformative change—in our programming, but also within ourselves as an organization. This two-page brief outlines what we have learned are the key elements for operationalizing this at country level. Read MoreRead More
In 2020-2022, WRC, with research partner South Africa Medical Research Council and CARE, undertook a study in Northwest Syria to understand the potential of integrating CVA into GBV case management for comprehensive support to survivors in humanitarian emergencies. The study drew on the expertise of WRC and used best practice guidance and tools implemented by CARE Turkey and its local partners, including Syria Relief and Development (SRD). This is the snapshot report. Read More
This brief discusses what has worked and the need for boosting economic empowerment and financial opportunities into girls’ rights programming across sectors. Read MoreRead More