Annual

Hariyo Ben Nepal Ko Dhan Program Annual Review

Hariyo Ban Program is a USAID funded five years program designed for resilience building of human beings as well as ecosystem. CARE Nepal has played crucial role within the program as a lead on climate change adaptation, governance and GESI along with significant contributions for watershed management, biodiversity conservation, earthquake recovery/reconstruction, REDD+ and PES initiatives. This report includes key accomplishments for July 2015 to June 2016 of CARE Nepal for Hariyo Ban Program. Within this year 5 as a final year of the program, CARE efforts are mainly focused on review/reflection, meetings, monitoring visits, documentation and dissemination of good practices, completion of remaining activities and handing over responsibilities to respective stakeholders jointly with other consortium partners. Read More...

Rapport Annuel pour le Project FANAMBY

Cette troisième année a été pour le projet FANAMBY une période de consolidation et de maturation des structures mises en place, en vue de l’appropriation par les bénéficiaires et de leur autonomisation dans une perspective de pérennisation des acquis. La stratégie de retrait du projet a été déclenchée avec la tenue du premier atelier de transfert de compétence à la Direction Régionale de l’Education Nationale et à la CiSco. La conduite des activités ayant été progressivement affectée à la CiSco avec un accompagnement de proximité apporté par l’équipe du projet. [18 pages] Read More...

Ghana’s Strengthening Accountability Mechanisms (GSAM) Project Third Quarterly Report

The Third Quarter of the USAID-funded Ghana’s Strengthening Accountability Mechanisms (GSAM) project spanned the period April-June, 2017. CARE, IBIS and ISODEC supported 26 CSO partners to complete a number of citizen monitoring and dissemination activities started in previous quarters in the 50 SA districts and to commence another round of citizen monitoring of capital projects. As at the end of June, 88 capital projects had been selected from the 2016/2017 Annual Action Plans (AAPs) in 43 of the 50 social accountability (SA) districts for citizen monitoring, majority of which are education (42%) and health-related (36%) projects. Below is a summary of the key activities implemented during the quarter and the results thereof.
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Ghana’s Strengthening Accountability Mechanisms (GSAM) Project First Quarterly Report

The Ghana Strengthening Accountability Mechanism (GSAM) project is a five (5) year USAIDfunded project, which focuses on strengthening citizens’ oversight of capital development projects to improve local government transparency, accountability and performance in 100 districts of Ghana. GSAM is designed to strengthen social accountability by improving availability of District Assembly capital project information to citizens to enhance their capacity to demand accountability. The GSAM project interventions directly contribute to the attainment of USAID/Ghana Country Development Cooperation Strategy, - Strengthened Responsive, Democratic Governance under intermediate results; IR 1.2.1 “increased capacity of CSOs to advocate on behalf of citizens for improved government services’’; and sub IR 1.2.2 ‘‘strengthened CSO and National Audit Authority oversight of government services’’. Read More...

Ghana’s Strengthening Accountability Mechanisms (GSAM) Project 2nd Year Annual Report

The Ghana Strengthening Accountability Mechanisms (GSAM) Project” is five year social accountability project which was formulated by the Government of the United States of America through its development agency, USAID, in collaboration with the Government of Ghana. The project focuses on strengthening citizens’ oversight of capital projects to improve local government transparency, accountability and performance in 100 districts of Ghana.
The implementation of the GSAM project directly contributes to intermediate results; IR 1.2.1 “increased capacity of CSOs to advocate on behalf of citizens for improved government services’’; and sub IR 1.2.2 ‘‘strengthened CSO and National Audit Authority oversight of government services’’ under USAID/Ghana Country Development Cooperation strategy,- Strengthened Responsive, Democratic Governance. Read More...

Adaption Learning Programme (ALP) for Africa Narrative Report

The annual report for ALP Ghana covers the period of January 2016 to March 2017, which is the second and final year of the project in the extension phase. This report summarizes and discusses the results obtained during the period under review. The report attempts to analyze the progress of each output by bringing out what changed in the course of ALP work and why, how ALP contributed to the changes, lessons learnt as well challenges/barriers encountered and how they were managed. The report further looks at issues of ALP partnerships and relationships, their outcomes and future opportunities. The project was funded through a 2-year cooperative agreement between CARE Denmark and CARE Ghana. Donors of ALP include DFID, CISU and ADA. The overall goal of the project is to increase capacity of vulnerable households in Sub-Saharan Africa to adapt to climate variability and change. Read More...

BRUP Annual Progress Report (Year One)

Generously funded by the C&A Foundation, the BRUP (Building Resilience of the Urban Poor) initiative... Read More...

Grad ir assessment report 2015

This 73 page report covers the 3rd year assessment for the USAID-funded GRAD program for livelihoods... Read More...

Alp 2014 report

This 98 page report highlights progress from CARE's DFID-funded Adaptation and Learning Program Read More...

Grad 2014 ir assessment report

This 71 page report reviews the second year results of the USAID-funded GRAD program for livelihoods... Read More...

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