End of Project evaluation

Scaling up Inclusive Resilience Amongst Water Logged Communities in South Western Bangladesh

Final narrative report for Scaling up Inclusive Resilience Amongst Water Logged Communities in South Western Bangladesh. [33 pages] Read More...

Promoting an Enabling Environment for Women in Factories Final Evaluation

CARE Bangladesh’s women’s empowerment wing launched the project titled “Promoting an Enabling Environment for Women in Factories (PEEWF)” in 2015 with a target to work with 3,500 workers and 6 factories (5 RMG, 1 Ceramics factory). The funding of the project has been provided by Galeries Lafayete. The RMG factories were all under Intramex group, a leading RMG manufacturing company of the country, whereas the ceramic factory was named Artisan Ceramics Limited. The specific objectives of PEEWF Project are to make the management of RMG and Ceramics factories and other targeted stakeholders responsive and accountable for creating a worker friendly environment, to enhance worker awareness, skill and understanding on gender discrimination, rights and entitlement to increase their participation in the workers committees and demonstrate leadership, to build the capacity of factory mid-level management on workers needs and rights, professional attitude and behavior and benefits of investment on workers welfare, and to mobilize the community to create enabling environment at the community level. [106 pages] Read More...

Strengthening the Community Support System to Improve Maternal and Infant Health

Evaluation on Strengthening the Community Support System to Improve Maternal and Infant Health project in Gaibandha District, Bangladesh from November 2015-November 2017. [39 pages] Read More...

Building Resilience of the Urban Poor (BRUP)

Building Resilience of the Urban Poor (BRUP) of CARE, funded by C&A Foundation, is an integrated initiative that builds the resilience of targeted community to more effectively cope with seasonal and unanticipated disaster. The ultimate goal of the project enhanced resilience of six targeted urban communities and three targeted institutions, reaching a total of 8,000 individuals (directly and indirectly) who can prepare for, mitigate, respond to, and recover from shocks and stresses. [77 pages] Read More...

C-Change Endline Report: FP/HIV Integration through SBCC in Zambia

Between November 2009 and June 2011, the Academy for Educational Development (AED)1 partnered with CARE Zambia through the Communication for Social Change (C-Change) initiative to implement a project designed to explore the effects of social and behavior change communication on family planning uptake. The project aimed to increase family planning utilization and as well as address the underlying social norms that influence uptake of family planning services. The project had a particular goal of exploring the effect of these interventions on uptake of family planning among HIV-positive individuals.

The project was implemented in the Mwase Zonal Rural Health Center (Mwase RHC) catchment area in Lundazi District, Eastern Province, Zambia. Study participants included HIV-positive and HIV-negative men and women of reproductive age (18-50). Survey participants were selected from a sampling frame built from the Mwase RHC ART and VCT registers. [122 pages] Read More...

Supporting Adolescent Girls Empowerment- SAGE II Final Evaluation

The Supporting Adolescent Girls Empowerment project provides mechanisms through which girls access opportunities to quality education. The project utilizes social support, government structures, and girls’ agency to ensure the girls stay and complete the education cycle. [11 pages] Read More...

Voice and Rights for Ethnic Minority Women Project

CARE and iSEE partner have been implemented a project titled “Voice and Rights for Ethnic Minority Women” in Banh Trach and Phuc Loc Commune, Ba Be District, Bac Can Province since April 2015 with duration of 36 months. In designing, the project aims to archive three results: (1): An effective approach to co-research has been implemented in Bac Kan Province; (2): Ethnic Minority women have presented their co-research findings to civil society and policy-makers, demonstrating the value of enhanced participation to stakeholders; (3) The Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs has incorporated outcomes from participatory research into rights-related policy-making and, along with civil society organizations, has increased capacity to implement participatory consultations. The project deploys the model of co-research in an integrated cycle of research, advocacy and capacity building for change. [44 pages] Read More...

DEVCO: Enhancing safe water supply and waste management for the vulnerable population affected by the Syria crisis in South Lebanon

The endline survey aims to analyse the project objectives and enable the measurement of several indicators relating to both project components –water and solid waste. [10 pages] Read More...

Sexual Reproductive Maternal Child Health End of Project Evaluation

This report presents the findings of an end of project evaluation for “Sexual Reproductive Maternal Child Health” a project implemented by CARE International in Uganda through Gulu Women’s Economic Development and Globalization-GWED-G a local Non-Governmental Organisation based in Gulu Northern Uganda. The goal of the project was: “Improving Access to Reproductive, Child and Maternal Health in Northern Uganda” in the three districts of Gulu, Amuru and Nwoya, covering 9 Sub Counties (Ongako, Bungatira, Bobi, Koro, Patiko, Awach, Lamogi, Koch Goma and Alero). [98 pages] Read More...

Project Link Final Report

Barclays Project Link is an extension of the Banking On Change partnership between Barclays Bank, CARE International and Plan UK (2009 – 2015). During Banking on Change, Barclays Bank Uganda and CARE co-created a savings product, and linked over 1,000 savings groups, and worked with Grameen to co-innovate and pilot 2 digital products for savings groups – the Ledger Link and E- keys. After Banking On Change ended in December 2015, CARE and Barclays continued to work together through Project Link to link 800 more groups to Barclays Uganda and train 800 groups to use E-keys and Ledger Link. [14 pages]
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