From 2007-2012, CARE International in Benin, implemented a project called EMPOWER—Enabling Mobilization and Policy Implementation for Women’s Rights. This project, funded by the US government through the US Agency for International Development (USAID) aimed to galvanize a national response to GBV by strengthening support services for survivors and improving policies and laws on gender-based violence and women’s rights more broadly. This brief highlights the experiences and lessons learned from the advocacy and social mobilization work done through this project to rally support for passage of a new anti-GBV law and to increase access to assistance for survivors.
This slidedeck presents lessons from CARE Tanzania’s implementation of COVID-19 response funding in Tabora Region. Close partnership between the Government of Tanzania and CARE enable integrated health systems strengthening support to enable the region to respond to infectious disease threats not limited to COVID-19. Read MoreRead More
The CARE-WWF Alliance launched globally in 2008 and, over the subsequent 12 years, has been building successful partnerships between conservation and development in Nepal, Peru, Madagascar, Zambia, and Tanzania. Read MoreRead More