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We make all of CARE’s evaluation and research reports available for public access in accordance with our Accountability Policy. These are available at our Evaluation Library.

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No Women, No Peace

By Swasti Gautam · June 3, 2024

When crises hit, women step-up as leaders, engaging hands-on to navigate challenges. Women leaders are often overlooked and unsupported in times of crisis, yet they continue to make considerable contributions. They deliver essential health and nutrition services to the most vulnerable. They document human rights abuses and work to make communities safer. They strengthen their livelihoods through resourcefulness and creativity. CARE's Women in War research shows that women are the key to effective crises recovery and long-term peacebuilding. By removing barriers to their participation and amplifying the critical work they are already doing, we can give women the recognition they deserve and empower them to change the future of crisis response.

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Women Navigating Health Challenges on the Frontline

By Miriam Selva · June 3, 2024

Since 2013, CARE has focused on understanding women's roles and needs during crises, initially starting with the Syrian conflict. Through initiatives like Rapid Gender Analysis and Women Respond, CARE has gathered insights into how women lead during crises and what support they require. This brief aligns with CARE's latest report, Women in War which combines surveys, interviews, and data models using public datasets to comprehend women's experiences in conflict.

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Impact Reports

CARE’s Pull Interventions Addressing Market Systems Failures

May 29, 2024

CARE’s integrative and gender transformative approach to increased market systems engagement puts small-scale women producers and firms at the center. Push interventions support and develop approaches that strengthen small-scale producers’ capacity to engage effectively with markets, while pull strategies facilitate the development of market systems in a manner that expands the diversity and quality of opportunities accessible to the ultra poor to engage more successfully in the local economy. This brief demonstrates multiple examples of CARE's pull intervention approach.

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Women in War

By Emily Janoch, Kalkidan Lakew, Yingxin Zhang, Florence Santos, Nicole Paul · May 29, 2024

600 million women around the world live within 50 kilometers of a conflict zone, more than double the number it was in the 1990s. Yet our understanding of how women experience war and respond in these highly complex crises is often clouded by narratives that frame them as, at worst, invisible, or at best, victims. Women in War: Leaders, Responders, and Potential challenges these prevailing views by exploring how women endure conflict, and offers recommendations on how to better address their unique needs and challenges.

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CARE Jordan 2023 Annual Needs Assessment

May 24, 2024

CARE Jordan’s 2023 Annual Needs Assessment is the twelfth iteration of a series of assessments aimed at understanding and addressing the needs of vulnerable communities across Jordan including Jordanians, Syrian refugees in urban areas and Azraq camp, as well as other minority refugees’ nationalities including Iraqi, Yemeni, Somali and Sudanese. CARE Jordan’s data collection efforts for 2023 reached into new areas of the Kingdom, including underserved regions in the South, such as Karak and Tafileh.

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Annual Reports

Rapport annuel de CARE Bénin/Togo FY2023

By CARE Benin / Togo · May 17, 2024

CARE Bénin/Togo, dans sa stratégie pays 2022 - 2026, a pour ambition d’atteindre 8,5 millions de personnes issues de communautés rurales vulnérables et exclues au Bénin et au Togo. En 2023, cette stratégie a été amorcée en faveur de nos deux groupes d’impact que sont : les femmes et les filles vulnérables et les jeunes jusqu’à 24 ans. Au Togo principalement, nous avons renforcé notre présence par l’ouverture de notre bureau à Lomé, en plus du bureau de Kara, afin de renforcer la collaboration avec l’administration togolaise et les partenaires. Nos interventions ont atteint directement près de 500 000 personnes (principalement les femmes et les filles) et ont couvert les soixante-dix-sept (77) communes au Bénin, tandis qu’au Togo, nous intervenons dans 14 préfectures… Lire ici l’intégralité de notre rapport annuel de 2023 ici pour en savoir davantage.

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