CARE's progress towards achieving gender equality in humanitarian programming

Over the past five years CARE has invested significantly in working on gender in emergencies. This report demonstrates CARE’s progress and highlights the impact and importance of gender sensitive and equality approaches for ensuring that women and girls are reached and empowered through humanitarian action.

Latest Publications

CARE commitments at the World Humanitarian Summit

  • Countries: Global
  • Published: May 2016

Twin Tracks: Developing sustainably and equitably in a carbon-constrained world

  • Countries: Global
  • Co-authors: WWF
  • Published: April 2016

The Banking on Change youth savings group model: From saving and learning to banking and earning

  • Countries: Global
  • Co-authors: Barclays, Plan UK
  • Published: April 2016

Women, work & war: Syrian women and the struggle to survive five years of conflict

  • Countries: Jordan, Lebanon, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey
  • Published: March 2016

Housing, land and property issues in Nepal and their consequences for the post-earthquake reconstruction process

  • Countries: Nepal
  • Co-authors: Community Self-Reliance Centre
  • Published: February 2016

The State of Linkage Report: The first global mapping of savings group linkage

  • Countries: Global
  • Co-authors: Barclays, Plan UK
  • Published: February 2016

The Forgotten South: Food security and livelihoods in Southern Syria (Executive Summary)

  • Countries: Syrian Arab Republic
  • Co-authors: NRC, FAO, iMMAP, RFSAN
  • Published: February 2016