Development Blog

Growing Together, a new report launched on 29 September by CARE, SABMiller, the Harvard Kennedy Corporate Responsibility Initiative and Business Fights Poverty, sets out why businesses should take a much more proactive and collaborative approach to supporting the micro-enterprises in… Read more...
CARE has welcomed the first report from the UN High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment, Leave no-one behind - particularly since it draws on a lot of CARE’s work as a model for the way forward for accelerating women’s economic… Read more...
Josee Ntabahungu, Head of Gender and Women’s Economic Empowerment at CARE Burundi, at the United Nations Josee Ntabahungu, Head of Gender and Women’s Economic Empowerment at CARE Burundi, at the United Nations
We all agree that the numbers are staggering: according to the UNHCR, on average, 24 people were forced to flee each minute in 2015, four times more than a decade earlier. At the last count, Greece alone was home to… Read more...
CARE staff member Basheer Alzaalan, originally from Syria, now works for CARE's KIWI refugee integration project in Germany CARE staff member Basheer Alzaalan, originally from Syria, now works for CARE's KIWI refugee integration project in Germany
Over 40 grassroots women-led civil society organisations, human rights and humanitarian agencies have today launched a new Joint Statement on Women and Girls outlining 10 recommendations for next week’s global refugee and migrant Summits – and beyond. So what do… Read more...
Refugees from Iraq photographed in Serbia, July 2016 Refugees from Iraq photographed in Serbia, July 2016
The current UN High Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment is highlighting the major attention being paid by governments, the development community and others to the importance of women’s economic empowerment to tackling poverty and ensuring women achieve the target… Read more...
A member of a village savings and loan group in Côte d’Ivoire A member of a village savings and loan group in Côte d’Ivoire
What does it mean to be ‘a humanitarian’ working in Greece – a country in Europe that, notwithstanding its economic crisis, does not fit the bill of the classic ‘emergency’ context? How does the response in Greece challenge our assumptions… Read more...
Refugee families at Piraeus port, Athens, Greece, April 2016 Refugee families at Piraeus port, Athens, Greece, April 2016 © CARE/Johanna Mitscherlich 2016