This brief provides an overview of a 2016 gender assessment commissioned by CARE, Oxfam, and GenCap that analyses the impact of the conflict on gender dynamics in Yemen. The assessment was the first of its kind since the conflict began to delve into detail about changes to gender roles and relations and the differing needs of women, girls, men, and boys in Yemen – critical information needed to inform effective humanitarian programming.

Latest Publications

Women’s leadership in Cocoa Life communities

  • Countries: Cote D'Ivoire, Ghana
  • Co-authors: Mondelēz International
  • Published: October 2016

Growing together: Strengthening micro-enterprises in value chains

  • Countries: Global
  • Co-authors: SAB Miller, Business Fights Poverty, Harvard Kennedy School
  • Published: September 2016

On Her Own

  • Countries: Greece, Jordan, Syrian Arab Republic, Serbia
  • Published: September 2016

CARE’s Women’s Economic Empowerment Strategy

  • Countries: Global
  • Published: August 2016

Land, agriculture and sustainable food systems

  • Countries: Tanzania, United Republic of
  • Published: July 2016

Resilient market systems: Workshop report and an emerging framework

  • Countries: Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Turkey, Yemen, West Bank and Gaza
  • Published: June 2016

Empowering women and girls affected by crisis

  • Countries: Global
  • Published: May 2016

CARE commitments at the World Humanitarian Summit

  • Countries: Global
  • Published: May 2016