Clare Daly

Clare Daly

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Programmmes to prevent intimate partner violence (IPV) must also consider the safety and support needs of women experiencing abuse. This is especially important for programmes that raise awareness of violence in communities with limited knowledge

A critical component of community level gender based violence (GBV) prevention programming is meaningful engagement of opinion leaders, including local government officials, religious leaders, and service providers. This can help facilitate an

Community activism is increasingly being used as a strategy to shift harmful social norms, and ensure an enabling environment for preventing and responding to gender based violence. The Indashyikirwa programme in Rwanda equipped trained couples

A summary of the in-depth gender analysis conducted by CARE of Diageo’s barley value chain in the Oromia region in

CARE International and Diageo have been working together in a global partnership since 2016, empowering women and engaging men to address the root causes of gender inequality throughout the Diageo value chain and beyond. CARE

Work and Opportunities for Women

Wednesday, 01 August 2018 10:44

Work and Opportunities for Women (WOW), an innovative programme funded by the UK Department for International

Strengthening gender equality and women’s voice (GEWV) is one of three approaches in CARE's 2020 Programme Strategy to tackle the underlying causes of poverty and social injustice, and to bring lasting change to the lives of poor and

This guide is a working document that walks through a description of the main steps to performing a social audit. It focuses primarily on physical development infrastructure projects, although social audits can be used for other

Gender justice

Tuesday, 17 July 2018 12:03

CARE is committed to working for gender justice – a world where all people, whatever their sex or gender identity, are free from fear and the threat of violence, and enjoy equal rights, freedoms, and access to opportunities and

Life free from violence

Monday, 25 June 2018 14:34

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The Indashyikirwa ('champions of change' in Kinyarwanda) project is a gender based violence (GBV) prevention programme that was implemented in 14 sectors across seven

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