Reports & Resources - CARE

Latest Impact Reports

Magnifying Inequalities and Compounding Risks: The Impact of COVID-19 on the Health and Protection of Women and Girls on the Move – Executive Summary

In April and May 2021, CARE undertook new research in Afghanistan, Ecuador, and Turkey—three countries representing varied displacement contexts—to better understand how COVID-19 is impacting the health and protection of displaced women and girls. This high-level summary provides an overview of the key findings and recommendations from this research. Read More

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Magnifying Inequalities and Compounding Risks: The Impact of COVID-19 on the Health and Protection of Women and Girls on the Move – Final Report

In April and May 2021, CARE undertook new research in Afghanistan, Ecuador, and Turkey—three countries representing varied displacement contexts—to better understand how COVID-19 is impacting the health and protection of displaced women and girls. This report provides analysis of findings from this research and practical recommendations for programmers, donors, and policy makers. Read More

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Women’s Collective Voice: CARE West Africa FY2017-21 Report

This report takes a look at the evolution of Women on the Move in West Africa from FY17 to FY21. We will demonstrate Women on the Move’s impact and successes to date, educate on how those successes have built over time, look at the evolution of groups and how Women’s Collective Voice has become a powerful, impactful tool to lead transformation for gender equality in West Africa. Read More

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Latest Evaluations/Research

Haiti Earthquake RGA Executive Summary

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The True Cost of Delivering COVID Vaccines: South Sudan

By July 18, South Sudan was able to administer the 60,000 doses of COVID- 19 vaccine they had in stock through a series of smart investments in delivery, training, and social mobilization coordinated with several different partners. As new doses are projected to arrive in country in August, South Sudan continues to reinforce gaps in the health systems to make COVID-19 vaccinations possible without disrupting existing health services. Read More

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A Grandmother’s Mission to Provide: Case Study, Nigeria, July 2021

Since COVID-19, CARE has undertaken concerted efforts to listen to women and girls and learn the impacts of the pandemic on women's lives, their greatest needs, and how they are responding. A segment of women and girls CARE engaged in these conversations have been members of VSLAs. This case study features the story of 65-year-old VSLA treasurer Fati Musa from North-Eastern Nigeria. Fati was interviewed in April 2021 as part of CARE's Women Respond initiative. Read More

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Latest Lessons Learned

Dissemination Meeting: COVID-19 Response in Tabora, Tanzania

This slidedeck presents lessons from CARE Tanzania’s implementation of COVID-19 response funding in Tabora Region. Close partnership between the Government of Tanzania and CARE enable integrated health systems strengthening support to enable the region to respond to infectious disease threats not limited to COVID-19. Read More

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Building Successful Partnerships Between Conservation and Development

The CARE-WWF Alliance launched globally in 2008 and, over the subsequent 12 years, has been building successful partnerships between conservation and development in Nepal, Peru, Madagascar, Zambia, and Tanzania. Read More

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AMAL Learning Report (Arabic)

This report consolidates learnings and recommendations on sexual and reproductive health service provision for adolescents in crisis settings from the first pilot of the AMAL Initiative in northwest Syria. Read More

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