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FAIR II: Stories of Influence and Change

4 stories from participants of the FAIR II project. [4 pages] Read More...

For Active Inclusion and Rights of Roma Women in the Western Balkans – FAIR II: Results-Assessment Form

Based on the achievements reached during the first 23 months of the project implementation by CARE and it’s partners, it is fair to assume that the project outcome will be fully achieved as elaborated below. However, it is crucial to note that Roma women partner organizations will still need a continued support, financial and technical support, in order to further build their individual and organizational capacities as well as contribute significantly to national and international policy implementation monitoring, strength-ening the established regional and Europe level partnerships – leading toward a movement building around Roma women rights and voice. [9 pages] Read More...

FAIR II Logframe

Logframe Matrix FAIR II with Baseline and Mid-term data comparison [6 pages] Read More...

Impacto de una intervención en seguridad alimentaria. Evaluación final del Programa REDESA

El Programa Redes Sostenibles para la Seguridad Alimentaria – REDESA, ejecutado por CARE Perú y financiado por la Agencia de los Estados Unidos para el Desarrollo Internacional – USAID, concluyó sus actividades después de cinco años, con evidentes logros y beneficios para las 58 570 familias pobres de 1 854 comunidades en 125 distritos de Ancash, Apurímac, Ayacucho, Cajamarca, Huancavelica y Puno. REDESA organizó su intervención alrededor del aumento sostenido de los ingresos familiares y de la mejora de las condiciones de salud, nutrición e higiene de las familias, para contribuir con la meta de reducir la desnutrición crónica de niños y niñas menores de tres años.

El Programa REDESA sustentó su intervención en una lógica integral de generación de ingresos sostenibles y de mejora de las condiciones de salud, con el soporte transversal de alianzas y asocios estratégicos con las instituciones y organizaciones locales públicas, privadas y de la sociedad civil. De esta manera, se constituye en un modelo integral experimental que ofrece los elementos y evidencias validadas para ser tomado en cuenta en el diseño e implementación de estrategias y acciones para la lucha contra la desnutrición crónica en el Perú. [80 paginas] Read More...

Desarrollo Económico Inclusivo – Impacto en la reducción de la pobreza de familias ganaderas en Puno

Entre diciembre de 2005 y noviembre de 2008 CARE Perú desarrolló en las provincias de Azángaro, Huancané y Moho, departamento de Puno, el proyecto Generación de ingresos y empleo en unidades productivas familiares del altiplano mediante la cadena de valor de ganado vacuno para carne, que contó con el apoyo financiero del Fondo Nacional de Capacitación Laboral y Promoción del Empleo (FONDOEMPLEO). Esta intervención se orientó a mejorar la economía de las familias pobres de la zona y contribuir de esa manera a la reducción de la desnutrición crónica infantil. La implementación del proyecto ha revertido significativamente esta situación de desventaja y ha validado una exitosa propuesta de mejoramiento de la cadena productiva de vacunos para carne, que combina tres componentes: el incremento de la productividad del ganado vacuno para carne, la formación de una oferta de asistencia técnica a cargo de productores locales y la comercialización directa del ganado.[64 paginas] Read More...

Supporting the Development of Women Enterprise (SUDEWE): Progress Report

With generous support from Cordula Kirchgessner, CARE has been able to expand on our extensive work in small enterprise development with women in Zimbabwe. The Supporting the Development of Women Enterprise (SUDEWE) project is an offshoot of CARE’s Youth Empowerment Project (YEP), which provides technical occupational skills to young women. Additionally, the Enhancing Nutrition, Scaling up Resilience and Enterprise (ENSURE) project is building the capacity of women in village savings and loan associations (VSLAs) to increase food security. SUDEWE seeks to leverage upon these two existing projects to provide business management and financial literacy training to 1,000 women. CARE’sobjective is to expose women to the wider business world, position them for business growth and facilitate their increased access to financial support. [6 pages] Read More...

Supporting Development of Women Enterprises (SUDEWE): Summary Progress Report

The aim of the project is to contribute to improved business growth in women-led informal enterprises by providing business management training to approximately 1,000 women (drawn from beneficiaries with technical skills from the Youth Empowerment project as well as women involved in VSLAs from the ENSURE project. The project is funded by Cordula Kirchgessner in the Zaka District in Masvingo. [2 pages] Read More...


This study is a final evaluation for the Youth Empowerment Project (YEP), a three year project implemented by CARE International in Zimbabwe (CARE), in partnership with various implementing partners in 11 districts of Masvingo, Manicaland, Matabeleland South and Harare provinces. The implementing partners in the project were Caritas Masvingo and the Diocese of Mutare Community Care Programme (DOMCCP). Empretec was identified as the technical partner, while VIRL Rural and Social Services and CBZ Bank Limited were the financial partners. Other partners included Simukai Outreach Chipinge Children's Hope in Chipinge, United Church of Christ in Zimbabwe (UCCZ) in Chipinge and Family AIDS Caring Trust (FACT) in Chiredzi, who are vocational training institutions roped in to conduct Internal Savings and Lending (ISALs) training. Government Ministries, which include the Ministry of Youths, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment (MYIEE), the Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprises and Cooperative Development (Ministry of SMEs), and the Ministry of Women Affairs, Gender and Community Development were also involved in the project. The project was aimed at ensuring that there is increased economic and social participation of male and female youths in Zimbabwe. It focused on the development of youth skills, including technical, business management and interpersonal skills and also facilitated community dialogues to ensure that families and communities support youths to participate in economic activities. The project also focused on creating sustainable relationships between youths and formal financial institutions, through the participation of two financial institutions: VIRL Rural and Social Services and CBZ Bank Limited. [107 pages] Read More...

Stop TB and AIDS through RTTR (STAR): Program Report

The program goal is to end AIDS in Thailand by 2030 (reducing annual new infections to below 1,000 cases (from the current 8,134 estimated new infections annually)) and to reduce the prevalence of TB from 159 per 100,000 to 120 per 100,000 between 2015 and 2019. From 1 October 2016 to 30 September 2017, the program performed outstandingly over the target in three indicators of MSW, FSW and MW reached with HIV prevention program. The percentage of result over target reported at 115.58%, 120.40%, and 119.83% consecutively. Overachieving results of these indicators described as following:

i) For MSW, the program could exceed the reach target because SRs conducting BCC workshop in
bar. At the workshop, SR introduced knowledge and information of HIV prevention including HIV,
VCCT, STIs, TB, PrEP, and PEP. Condom and lubricant were made available for MSWs. SR MPLUS
targeted non-venue based MSW who work around the public park in Chiang Mai. The online
application was also used as a channel to reach non venue-based MSWs. The SRs conducted
face-to-face individual talk for the online-reached MSWs. HIV Testing Center (HTC) operated by
SRs could offer additional service of syphilis testing to MSWs.

ii) For FSW, the outstanding performance of resulting from the high season for tourism in Thailand.
SR SWING engaged with employers and organized outreach session in bar before FSWs started
working. The SR reached out to new FSW area in Surawong.

iii) For MW, SRs reached performance were access the target resulting from combination HIV-TB
service provided to migrants in community and at workplace. SR STM started engaging
employers of FSWs at the border of Songkhla. [20 pages] Read More...


This report presents results of the 2014 second trend survey carried out by CARE Malawi, in March, 2014. The report is the source of information of outcome indicators for children, lactating and pregnant mothers’ wellbeing which include health, nutrition, water and sanitation gender and social empowerment. In addition to presenting values for the specific indicators CARE Malawi values the report because it provides valuable information on the status of its activities on women and children in term of access to basic needs such as food, nutrition and health. The report also reveals the progress made over the two years towards the contribution of MAZIKO to the wellbeing of children and caregivers in Kasungu and Dowa. [127 pages] Read More...

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