Development Blog

“It makes both moral and business sense to be a leader in addressing the problem of gender-based violence and harassment.” These were the words of Scott Deitz, Founder of Convene Communication Strategies and former Vice-President at VF Corporation, as he… Read more...
A graphic illustration summarising tools discussed during the event A graphic illustration summarising tools discussed during the event
“I felt humiliated and could not focus on my work after I was harassed by my co-worker. I decided to report to the sexual harassment prevention committee because I trust them.” Pha*, a garment worker in Cambodia, is employed by… Read more...
Chakrya, a compliance officer at a factory in Cambodia, is also a member of the factory's sexual harassment committee  Chakrya, a compliance officer at a factory in Cambodia, is also a member of the factory's sexual harassment committee
After a busy and challenging 2020, we at CARE, like many of you, were eager to turn the page to 2021. The new year is now upon us, and while many challenges remain for us to work through and overcome,… Read more...
Rani (left) and her daughter, who had a very low birth weight but is now healthy and strong; pictured with Dr Snigdha Sinha Rani (left) and her daughter, who had a very low birth weight but is now healthy and strong; pictured with Dr Snigdha Sinha
Women and girls are the hardest hit by conflict and disasters but often have little or no say in the design and delivery of humanitarian aid. CARE’s Women Lead in Emergencies approach is the first practical toolkit for frontline humanitarians… Read more...
VSLA training, Women Lead in Emergencies, West Nile VSLA training, Women Lead in Emergencies, West Nile
When the coronavirus pandemic hit Mali, most families CARE works with that had been eating three meals a day suddenly had to drop to eating only once a day. The combination of markets closing, quarantine measures, and falling incomes meant… Read more...
As the USA inaugurates a new president in an atmosphere of heightened security in the wake of shocking violence at the Capitol earlier this month, the partners CARE works with in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, and Serbia are… Read more...