A Home Visit report is filled by a Field Facilitator when a TP participant is identified at risk of dropping out of the program. These tools monitor the fidelity of the program, by assessing the reasons for dropping out and encouraging the participants to rejoin, by explaining the purpose and importance of the Tipping Point sessions.
CARE’s Gender-Based Violence Guidance for Development Programs is a practical tool for implementing high-quality GBV interventions. It supports program staff across all impact areas to reduce GBV risks and follow ethical best practice across the project cycle. Read MoreRead More
It is critical in all communications that we know who we are – one of the world’s leading humanitarian relief and development organizations. We encourage you to connect, have fun, and be smart by following the policy and best practices on your social media communications. Read MoreRead More
For the 811 million people around the globe living in hunger, the effects of the conflict in Ukraine represent another deeply alarming threat to their food security. Women, children, and other marginalized groups, who disproportionately bear the brunt of hunger crises, are especially vulnerable. There will be deadly consequences for people living in hunger if we don’t respond now to global food insecurity. Read MoreRead More