This report highlights the impact of the Women on the Move project, which theorizes that if a critical mass of women’s groups, in particular savings groups, are part of an interconnected social movement, and if women and girls have greater power to influence unequal social and economic norms, then women and girls will experience positive change in their socio-economic status and be able to influence change at all levels.
As the anniversary of the Ukraine conflict passes, two Ukrainian women reflect on the past year and their new lives in Poland. Read More
Child marriage and its life-long consequences reflect and reinforce gender and age discrimination, including limiting girls' access to education. This brief explores the many ways in which addressing the root causes of early marriage has led to ongoing benefits for girls' education, health, economic situation and risk of violence. Read More
One year into the crisis, CARE and our partners have reached nearly one million people, with efforts spanning Ukraine, Georgia, Germany, Moldova, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia. Read More