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Towards a Gender Just Future: Gender Equality Annual Report 2023

CARE's Gender Equality Annual Report 2023 reflects on collective progress towards our gender equality goals under Vision 2030. It highlights the global challenges we face, our impact to date and how CARE is leading change as we look towards the future.

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About this annual report

This report summarizes CARE’s progress towards our goal of greater gender equality for all under Vision 2030. The figures in this report are drawn from impact data reported in Fiscal Year 2022 (July 2021 – June 2022) and insights from CARE’s Vision 2030 learning review in 2023, which reviewed our extensive evidence base to assess how we are contributing to greater gender equality and how this is advancing our overall impact.

The full report is currently available in English, with translations in Arabic, French and Spanish coming soon.

A two-page 2023 snapshot is available in English, Arabic, French and Spanish.

Looking for some quick highlights? Check out this one-page summary of the 5 things we’re excited about for 2023 and beyond and this article on what we mean when we say CARE puts gender at the center.


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