This report produced by CARE Nepal warns that reconstruction in Nepal following the 2015 earthquakes might leave some earthquake-affected people behind, including very vulnerable ones such as squatters, undocumented citizens or owners without a formal land title. The report highlights land use planning as a necessary step in reconstruction, and recommends specific actions to allow progressive rights to become effective in practice.

Latest Publications

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

Enabling economic development and livelihoods in countries affected by the Syrian regional crisis

  • Countries: Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey
  • Co-authors: DFID, Ethical Trading Initiative, Business Fights Poverty
  • Published: February 2016

The resilience champions

  • Countries: Mali, Niger
  • Published: December 2015

2016 : l’année de la mobilisation des hommes et des garçons pour mettre un terme à la violence sexiste

  • Countries: Bosnia and Herzegowina, Burundi, Croatia, Sri Lanka, Democratic Republic of Congo, Global, Serbia
  • Published: December 2015

2016: The year of Engaging Men and Boys in stopping gender-based violence

  • Countries: Bosnia and Herzegowina, Burundi, Croatia, Sri Lanka, Democratic Republic of Congo, Global, Serbia
  • Published: November 2015

Loss and damage: Climate reality in the 21st Century

  • Countries: Global
  • Co-authors: ActionAid, WWF
  • Published: November 2015

Right to a future: Empowering refugees from Syria and host governments to face a long-term crisis

  • Countries: Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey
  • Co-authors: Danish Refugee Council, International Rescue Committee, Norwegian Refugee Council, Oxfam, Save the Children, World Vision
  • Published: November 2015