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Reports & Resources

Browse our resource library to find our latest reports and publications.

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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Annual Reports

CARE, Our Partners, and the Sustainable Development Goals

June 14, 2022

Since 2015, CARE has been tracking impact metrics in line with the Sustainable Development Goals. In 2021, CARE shifted to 30 impact indicators for CARE’s Vision 2030, still aligned with the SDGs. The SDGs represent a collective, global commitment to a transformed world. It is only right that an organization like CARE also be accountable to demonstrating how its work contributes to these shared goals toward this collective vision. Between 2015 and 2021 CARE and our partners have contributed to global change for 161 million people in 83 countries. We use the word “contributions” deliberately: in all our work, change happens through the combined efforts of many different actors, including civil society and movements, governments, and the private sector. Our programs are just some of the contributing factors that lead to these impacts and outcomes.

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Lessons Learned

Economic Empowerment in Food & Nutrition Programs

January 3, 2022

Many Food and Nutrition Security and Climate Change Resilience programs build women’s economic empowerment by connecting women to agricultural markets, financial institutions, and productive assets, such as land. In fact, 127 of CARE’s FNS and CCR programs reported working in economic development and women’s economic empowerment, reaching 5 million people directly, of whom 3 million were women.

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Evaluations/Research

Where the Rain Falls: Global Policy Report

May 22, 2012

The "Where the Rain Falls" ("Rainfalls") research explores the interrelationships among rainfall variability, food and livelihood security, and human mobility in a diverse set of research sites in eight countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. While climate change affects nearly all aspects of food security — from production and availability, to the stability of food supplies, access to food, and food utilization — the Rainfalls research focused on linkages between shifting rainfall patterns and food production and the stability of food supplies.

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