The April 18 newsletter features a photo essay of Ukrainian refugees entering Poland as well as a story on a new program placing Ukrainian teachers and students into Polish schools.
Since September 2021, CARE Tanzania has worked as a partner to the Government of Tanzania to improve vaccine access across the country. CARE’s logistical support has helped the government to cover large, underserved geographical areas. To increase vaccine uptake, CARE staff has also engaged local Community Health Workers (CHWs) to address vaccination misconceptions and developed improved health communication and data management tools. With these new resources, these health workers on the front lines have put in place two new strategies. First, COVID-19 vaccination is now integrated with other basic health services at local facilities. Second, the CHWs are now conducting targeted outreach informed by local concerns to address vaccine hesitancy in women and children. Now, not only are vaccinations being provided, CHWs have confirmed that women have increased their acceptance of vaccination shots. Read MoreRead More
The April 25 newsletter reports how donations are making a difference for those in need of help due to the conflict in Ukraine. CARE CEO Michelle Nunn and three board members visited the border region, where refugees are still crossing in large numbers, as well as CARE Poland’s operations in Warsaw. Read MoreRead More
CARE leads the sector on innovative approaches to gender programming and assessments. The Gender Justice team aims to ensure these are embedded in all aspects of our work and shares learning to promote gender equality across all programs. We achieve this by focusing on gender equality in three ways: integrating gender into all CARE programs, building evidence of gender-transformative programming, and leading by example within CARE. Read MoreRead More