Promising Practices

Programmatic practices that have been identified as pertinent for gender justice and women’s economic empowerment to date – in terms of content and impact  – include the following

 

These practices support strong relations - among family and intimate partners, peers and communities - toward gender justice.

 


 

 

 

 

These approaches work toward supporting individuals and institutions to work in a way that is inclusive, effective and accountable to diverse people's rights and needs.

 


 

 

 

These approaches support women's leadership, networks and coalitions to positively influence policies, laws, norms, and institutional practices toward gender justice.  

 

More Information

Gender and economic justice: Stats and facts
CARE, with support of the H&M Foundation, provides more than 100,000 women in 11 countries with access to tools, knowledge, skills training and/or seed capital to start up or to expand their businesses.
Gender and economic justice: Stats and facts
Global figures and trends related to the intersection of gender and economic justice, with a focus on women.
Global Commitments: Women's Economic Empowerment
"Fortunately, I heard about Lamac, an organization willing to fund and help me with my problem. They assisted me with an initial loan to buy fish to sell to the market, since my husband didn't have a catch of his own. From then on my business grew."
Global Commitments: Women's Economic Empowerment
The goals, standards and commitments set forth by the Sustainable Development Goals, international law and global strategies for gender equality, women's rights and economic justice.
CARE’s Strategy: Women's Economic Empowerment
Kayeka Group have received micro loans from The Microloan Foundation (MLF) through CARE International’s Lendwithcare.org program.
CARE’s Strategy: Women's Economic Empowerment
CARE's strategy and approach to gender justice and women's economic empowerment.