Development Blog

CARE International UK invites you to the launch of our latest report on domestic workers and the ratification of ILO Convention 189.  Venue: One Great George Street, Westminster SW1P 3 AADate: Tuesday 8 April, 9am-11 amRSVP: by Friday 4 April: Email This email… Read more...
CARE International UK is a champion of using theories of change (ToCs) in peacebuilding design, monitoring and evaluation as part of a strategic approach to peacebuilding that includes using conflict analysis, linking to the work of others and working towards… Read more...
Woman and child in Pakistan Woman and child in Pakistan ©CARE/Wolfgang Gressman
As diplomats from around the world converge in New York for the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UN CSW), CARE is bringing a delegation of women activists to the talks from Asia, Africa and Latin America to… Read more...
A Peruvian farmer with lamb A Peruvian farmer with lamb © CARE / Phil Borges
There's a saying: what gets measured gets done. Right now, initiatives to promote gender equality in Indian companies are not being measured and, for the most part, they're not getting done. On International Women's Day, CARE India is launching a… Read more...
A woman collecting water in Utta Pradesh A woman collecting water in Utta Pradesh © CARE / Jenny Matthews
Leaving aside outcomes and outputs, and M&E plans, and monitoring and analysis tools, and all that comprises a workshop, by far the most immediate, energising and perhaps memorable outcome is the opportunity to learn from colleagues in ways that advances… Read more...
A school food programme in Lesotho A school food programme in Lesotho © CARE
You may think the title of this blog is a terrible pun but, nonetheless, it is time we started to care more about about care work, writes Tom Aston, CARE's Governance Advisor who's currently based in Bolivia.   Recently, a… Read more...
In Bolivia, girls under 14 spent more than 20 hours a week carrying wood, fetching water, washing and ironing clothes. In Bolivia, girls under 14 spent more than 20 hours a week carrying wood, fetching water, washing and ironing clothes. © CARE