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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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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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Impact Reports

Fishing for Success: Diving into the Well of CARE’s Fishery and Aquaculture Work

October 29, 2021

CARE’s work in fisheries and aquaculture safeguards this ancient resource by empowering women in fisheries and aquatic food value chains; protecting marine and freshwater ecosystems through environmental, climate change and disaster risk management programs; and using fish for maternal and child nutrition. To do this, CARE works with local communities, governments and partners to protect fisheries and employs programs to reduce hunger, improve nutrition, and conserve ecosystems.

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Impact Reports

Water+ 2020 Retrospective Report

March 24, 2021

This report is a collection of short briefs that reflect learnings from across CARE’s Water+ work in 2020; depicting efforts to strengthen conditions and capacities – among government, communities, and service providers - for sustainable and equitable provision of water, sanitation, and hygiene services. Together, these briefs reflect CARE’s emphasis on strengthening WASH systems, and the governance, accountability, investment and learning essential to sustain WASH services.

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Evaluations/Research

‘IF WE DON’T WORK, WE DON’T EAT’ Syrian Women Face Mounting Food Insecurity a Decade into the Conflict

February 24, 2021

Ten years ago, the lives of many Syrians changed profoundly as violence erupted between the regime of President Bashar al-Assad and armed resistance forces. The resulting humanitarian crisis is one of the worst of our time – 6.7 million Syrians remain internally displaced; 11 million people are in need and 12.4 million live with food insecurity.

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