Development Blog

This week (14-15 December 2017) Theresa May is in Brussels for a crunch time EU Heads of State Council meeting. The terms of Brexit, including the status of European citizens, the Irish border and future trading relations, are top of… Read more...
A woman refugee talking to a CARE staff member at an ECHO-funded advice and information project in Greece A woman refugee talking to a CARE staff member at an ECHO-funded advice and information project in Greece
This week (12-13 December 2017) diplomats meet in Geneva to take stock in negotiations towards a new UN ‘Global Compact on Refugees’ at the UNHCR High Commissioner’s Dialogue on Protection Challenges. To coincide with the Dialogue, CARE is publishing new… Read more...
Berivan, from Aleppo, Syria, with her daughter in front of her tent in Vasilika refugee camp, Greece Berivan, from Aleppo, Syria, with her daughter in front of her tent in Vasilika refugee camp, Greece
Research shows that addressing intimate partner violence (IPV) requires working at society, community, household and individual levels to promote relationships built on respect, equality and peace. This blog shares the emerging learnings of working specifically with couples to address IPV… Read more...
Jean Felix Havumiragira and Kristina Uwamahoro, who participated in the couples curriculum in Rwanda Jean Felix Havumiragira and Kristina Uwamahoro, who participated in the couples curriculum in Rwanda
A new report from CONCORD highlights 10 key principles which European political and financial institutions and companies need to follow to ensure that the private sector delivers positive development impacts as part of the drive towards the Sustainable Development Goals. Read more...
The Living Blue cooperative supported by CARE in Bangladesh (Principle 1: focus on micro, small and medium enterprises and social economy enterprises) The Living Blue cooperative supported by CARE in Bangladesh (Principle 1: focus on micro, small and medium enterprises and social economy enterprises)
Under the Fiji presidency of COP23 in Bonn, Germany, we have heard many stories of the devastation faced by the Pacific islands during Typhoon Haiyan, Cyclone Winston and Cyclone Pam. We have heard how Fiji is already having to relocate… Read more...
CARE supporters at a march at the COP23 meeting in Bonn CARE supporters at a march at the COP23 meeting in Bonn
In August this year, CARE International in Ghana together with its partners – OXFAM and ISODEC – commenced a pilot evaluation of the USAID-funded Ghana’s Strengthening Accountability Mechanisms (GSAM) project, using an innovative approach to impact evaluation called Contribution Tracing.… Read more...
A key informant interview for the pilot evaluation of the GSAM project A key informant interview for the pilot evaluation of the GSAM project