In 2018 we launched our Village Savings & Loan Associations (VSLA) scaling strategy, with the target of reaching 50 million women and girls (62 million people) in countries with the highest rates of gender inequality and economic disparity, by 2030. Little did we know that we would be faced with a global pandemic that would have a catastrophic impact across multiple dimensions of women’s lives, deepening gender inequalities.
This issue spotlights Dave Gahan and Martin Gore, members of musical group Depeche Mode, who recently partnered with CARE to raise funds on their tour. Plus, a focus on Irina Ozhehova, who recently joined CARE Ukraine as a Rapid Response Officer after volunteering to help people in the region for over a decade. Read MoreRead More
CARE USA's Women’s Economic Justice (WEJ) Impact Report, “Helping Women Earn, Save and Invest,” provides an overview of WEJ’s accomplishments in advancing economic justice for women worldwide. Featuring innovative programs designed in collaboration with local actors, governments and private sector entities, “Helping Women Earn, Save and Invest” highlights key accomplishments and impact stories. Read MoreRead More
This brief shares how gender and social norms approaches are improving the lives of women and girl small-scale producers, drawing on evidence from four countries. These insights were gained through a learning exercise led by CARE’s Go Deeper initiative, in partnership with George Washington University’s Global Capstone Program. Read MoreRead More