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Base Line Survey of Dalmia Cement (bharat) limited CSR Villages in Kadapa District on livelihoods, opportunities, entitlements, skills, awareness and infrastructure

The project is as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and the DCBL proposed to improve the living conditions of the poor of these villages viz., Chinna Komerla, Nawabpet, Duganapalli, and Talamanchi Patnam in Kadapa District. The CARE India came forward to undertake the activities meant to improve the living conditions. The CARE India proposed to achieve this through promotion of innovations in agriculture and animal husbandry, skill building of community members on alternative livelihoods, institution building, infrastructure development, risk mitigation through insurance, and sensitization of community on water, sanitation, health and environmental issues Read More...

Key Indicator For Sure Start Baseline Survey

The Sure Start initiative aims to catalyze sustainable improvements in maternal and newborn health c... Read More...

Final Evaluation SAKSHAM Project

Since June 2004, CARE India has been implementing a HIV/AIDS prevention capacity building initiative... Read More...

Balasahyoga Project Evaluation Report

206-page evaluation of the BSY programme that aims to provide high-quality and comprehensive prevention, treatment, care and support services to the children and their families (40,000 households, reaching 60,000 adults and 68,000 children) infected with or affected by HIV in 11 districts in Andhra Pradesh through a phased approach. It aims to improve the quality of life and well-being of these children and their families. Read More...

Project Evaluation of South Asia Resource Team (SART)

104-page evaluation on South Asian Resource Team (SART) is CARE International’s Tsunami related project. CARE conceived this project and established the SART team in Chennai to strengthen the microfinance institutions (MFIs) and microfinance (MF) programmes in Tsunami affected regions with the objective of providing improved and sustained access to financial services to the affected communities. SART‘s mandate was to accomplish the above objective in four and a half years resulting in restoration of livelihoods for the Tsunami affected people, by building local partnerships with NGOs and providing technical inputs and small grant support to them. CARE-India, Chennai had invited Sampark to undertake an evaluation of the above project in order to document its outcome, immediate impacts, potential best practices and lessons from
the Indian experience.
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CARE-CASHE Program Final Evaluation

CASHE is a Microfinance programme that aims at significantly enhancing the incomes and economic security Read More...

Ind – care india rba – final – oct 06

Review of the various Rights-Based Approach programs in CARE-India Read More...

Sharing Power, Claiming Rights: Learnings from CARE Programmes in India On Governance And Rights

Goal: to outline and determine CARE India’s current status with regard to the mainstreaming of gover... Read More...

SNEHAL Mid-Term Reflective Practice Report

Sustained Nutrition, Education, Health and Livelihoods (SNEHAL) Project aims at empowering communiti... Read More...

Walking the Talk: Inner Spaces, Outer Faces A Gender and Sexuality Initiative

Inner Spaces, Outer Faces - a gender and sexuality initiative Read More...

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