Here in CARE International’s Evaluation e-Library we make all of CARE’s external evaluation reports available for public access in accordance with our Accountability Policy.

With these accumulated project evaluations CARE International hopes to share our collective knowledge not only internally but with a wider audience.

Looking for something specific? You can filter the evaluations using the dropdown menus on the right side of the screen.

If you have an evaluation or study to share, please e-mail the document to ejanoch@care.org for posting.

Creating an Enabling Environment for Improving Sexual and Reproductive Health Baseline Study

overall objective of the project is “to improve the sexual and reproductive health and rights in Taj... Read More...

Consortium for Rehabilitation and Development (CORAD) Development Relief Program (DRP) Impact Assessment Report

DRP program aimed to: improve the health status of 15,800 rural food insecure households (Program Ob... Read More...

Care humanitarian response – eval use full report 03-07

This study reviews CARE International’s evaluations of emergency response over the past five years a... Read More...

Myanmar fham endofproject 07

The programme aims to build community resilience and mitigate the impact of AIDS through focusing on... Read More...

Let Us Learn to Respect Human Rights Project

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Care sii phase 2 synthesis report 02-07

What impact, if any, is our work having on women’s empowerment? This report summarizes findings from... Read More...

Proyecto Inserción de la Población Excluída Chopcca en la Institucionalización de la Democracia Midterm

Proyecto Inserción de la Población Excluída Chopcca en la Institucionalización de la Democracia Read More...

Awareness Against AIDS/CARE Project Final Evaluation

Through AAA, CARE Egypt fosters innovative partnerships with the private sector and local organizations to reduce the vulnerability to HIV/AIDS in the workplace and at the Community level. This strategy has been based on the fact that the main reasons of HIV/AIDS transmissions are due to:
• poor knowledge about preventive measures and surveillance of sexually transmitted diseases including HIV;
• poor access to reproductive Health;
• information an health care particularly by young people and illiterate;
• lack of outreach to high – risk groups of the population
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Ete – tusome vitabu proejct, january 2007

The Tusome Vitabu Project (TVP), was established as an educational project that addressed the proble... Read More...

Tza – tvp final evaluation 12-06

Tusome Vitabu Project (TVP) was initiated with the aim of promoting readership and addressing the sh... Read More...

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