Afghanistan

Every Voice Counts (EVC) Project – National Advocacy Conference Position Paper

CARE and its partners WCLRF, AWRC and HRRAC are jointly implementing the Every Voice Count-EVC program in targeted provinces to advocate rights and the position of women and girls in order to enable the environment for their access and participation in education and health services; this is achieved via the implementation of the community score card and advocacy to promote inclusive governance and incorporate lessons learnt into policies, priorities and programs of the MoE and MoPH. Through this paper on behalf of women and girls from the communities we represent call on local and national authorities from education and health ministries to address the needs of women and girls at the community level. [3 pages] Read More...

Research of VSLAs/Community-Based Savings Groups in Household’s Resilience

The objective of the research is to foster a better understanding of the economic empowerment approach that CARE applies in its programmes and specifically zoom in on the modalities that CARE uses in this regard: Village Savings and Loan Associations, Community Based Savings Groups and Savings and Credit Groups. After having applied these approaches in various programmes and in different modalities for several years, CARE Afghanistan would like to know what the effect of these approaches is on women and their communities and what can be said about the relation between the economic empowerment interventions and the effect on resilience of women, their households and their communities. [36 pages] Read More...

Resilient livelihoods project mid term review report january 2017

This 25 page document highlights the mid-term findings from the Resilient Livelihoods project in Afg... Read More...

Empowerment through Education in Afghanistan-2 Mid-Term Evaluation Report

This 43 page report presents the findings of the mid-term evaluation for the second phase of Empowerment through Education in Afghanistan (EEA), an education project funded by DFAT and implemented by CARE. EEA aims at strengthening the role of women in rural communities through providing increased access to education for adolescent girls and boys. In addition to the standard elements of community-based education programs, EEA includes special participatory approaches - such as student peer groups and village education committees with rotating membership schemes for students - to build confidence and leadership skills. Read More...

Afg – care emergency reponse evaluation – afghanistan crises (may 2002) (354kb)

Overview of CARE's Afghanistan Emergency Response Read More...

Community Grants for School Development (CGSD) Evaluation Report

This 75-page report evaluates the impact of the Community Grants for School Development (CGSD) component of the Emergency Education Development and Rehabilitation Project (EERDP) implemented by two Afghanistan based organisations. These organizations were contracted by the Afghan Ministry of Education as Facilitating Agencies. BRAC was contracted to work in Kapisa and Parwan and CARE was contracted to work in Bamyan and Logar. Read More...

Support for Rural Livelihood through Enhanced Planning and Implementation of Employment Generation Schemes Project (EGS) Final Evaluation

The overall objective of EGS was to improve and make sustainable the livelihoods of the most vulnera... Read More...

Community-Based, Gender-Sensitive Education for the Poor Final Evaluation

The project’s primary purpose: to reduce poverty by identifying effective approaches for assuring in... Read More...

Khobareh Khosh Retail Store: Exit Strategy & Project Evaluation

Exit Strategy & Project Evaluation Read More...

Afghanistan Basic Education Consortium (ABEC) Midterm Report

The project’s purpose is to reduce poverty by identifying effective approaches for assuring increase... Read More...

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