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In the second in this 3-part blog series on Contribution Tracing we turn our attention to finding out which items of evidence are the most powerful. Read more...
Project staff at a workshop to learn about the Contribution Tracing methodology Project staff at a workshop to learn about the Contribution Tracing methodology
This 3-part blog series highlights a new approach to impact evaluation called Contribution Tracing. The blog series explains key steps in Contribution Tracing that can guide evaluators, and those commissioning evaluations, to avoid common data traps, by identifying and gathering… Read more...
Project staff in Ghana at a workshop on the Contribution Tracing methodology Project staff in Ghana at a workshop on the Contribution Tracing methodology
Do you know where chocolate comes from? Do you wonder who produced the cocoa in your chocolate and under what circumstances? Do you care if the chocolate you buy is sourced in a responsible way, with equal access and opportunity… Read more...
Women’s group leader and cocoa farmer Gladys from Ghana Women’s group leader and cocoa farmer Gladys from Ghana
CARE was delighted to host yesterday’s event to a full house of business leaders, global experts, and civil society actors to talk about how the private sector can empower women in the economy, including by implementing the UN High Level… Read more...
CARE film on women's economic empowerment being screened at the event CARE film on women's economic empowerment being screened at the event
Across the world, women make a significant contribution to agricultural supply chains, in spite of complex hurdles that limit their inclusion and their leadership. The UN High Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment (HLP) identified seven key drivers for women’s… Read more...
Paulina Sibanda and her husband Opheus Dube cook together in their kitchen in Zvishevane region, Zimbabwe Paulina Sibanda and her husband Opheus Dube cook together in their kitchen in Zvishevane region, Zimbabwe
The private sector is an essential partner in the women’s economic empowerment movement. Corporations large and small employ a significant proportion of the labour force worldwide, and their value chains touch all economies and nearly every person on Earth. They… Read more...
Women workers in a pottery factory in Bangladesh, part of the Living Blue collective supported by CARE Women workers in a pottery factory in Bangladesh, part of the Living Blue collective supported by CARE