Role: Senior Humanitarian Advisor specialising in Gender and Protection
Suzy Madigan is CARE International UK’s Senior Humanitarian Advisor specialising in Gender and Protection and regularly deploys to emergencies worldwide to support CARE teams. As part of the Emergency Team deployed to the Beirut Explosion and Covid-19 response she led on the Beirut Rapid Gender Analysis for CARE. She’s currently acting as Regional Gender in Emergencies and Protection Advisor for Middle East, North Africa and the Caucasus.
Recent fieldwork includes support to DRC and South Sudan refugee operations in Uganda; operational recommendations for gender and conflict dynamics in cyclone-hit Mozambique, and research into women’s economic empowerment in fragile and conflict-affected settings such as Syria, OPT and Niger. She was previously an advisor within CARE’s Policy and Advocacy Team on humanitarian and conflict issues.
Prior to joining CARE, she worked in programming for the United Nations and NGOs. She led a protection response in Northern Iraq within the combined Syrian refugee and Islamic State crisis, and has worked on gang violence with the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti; the reintegration of armed groups including the FARC and paramilitaries in Colombia with the Colombian Government, and reconciliation among ethnic groups in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
CARE International UK’s humanitarian team supports CARE’s humanitarian work by accessing funding, and by providing project management and technical advice and capacity to CARE’s country offices and CARE’s emergency responses. CARE has a strong focus on ensuring that all our humanitarian programming responds meaningfully to the needs and capacities of different people, whatever their gender, identity or particular circumstances. CARE’s emergency shelter team is also based at CARE International UK.
Senior Humanitarian Advisor (Gender and Protection)
Toral is currently on sabbatical until the end of 2019. My job is to make sure that CARE’s humanitarian work…
Poverty and social injustice are caused and maintained by unequal power relations that result in the inequitable distribution of resources and opportunities – between women and men, between power-holders and marginalised communities, and between countries. CARE believes poor governance is a key cause of poverty and social injustice. Our Inclusive Governance team promotes inclusive and accountable governance systems so that poor and marginalised people have influence over decisions that affect their lives. We help communities get organised and get their priorities included in development planning. We work to increase women’s voice and leadership in public life. We support service users to hold service providers to account. We work with public authorities and service providers to help them become more transparent and responsive to poor and marginalised people.
Inclusive Governance Business Manager
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The Programmes and Policy team is responsible for overseeing programme quality and multiplying the impact of our programming by encouraging governments, business and donors – based on the evidence we witness on the ground – to adopt policy reforms that support the world’s poorest people and communities. Working in partnership with our country programmes, women’s rights organisations and civil society, we put forward the views of the most marginalised to governments, including the UK government, multinational businesses and global institutions and press the case for change. In short, our goal is to change the rules of the game that keep people poor.
Policy and Advocacy Assistant
I see my role as a bridge between those who deserve change and those who have the power to make…
Strategic partnerships are a key way for CARE to increase and widen our impact. Our Private Sector Engagement team partners with national and multinational companies to co-create innovative 'inclusive business' approaches that drive new opportunities for poor people as producers, workers, entrepreneurs, and consumers. We – and our partners – believe this makes good business sense: helping to generate efficiency, securing supply chains, accessing new markets and products, and improving credibility with consumers who increasingly expect companies to behave responsibly. Our Institutional Partnerships team connects the vision and commitment of our funding partners with poverty-fighting programmes throughout the world.
I am a Partnerships Manager in the Private Sector Engagement team. I oversee the team’s portfolio of partnerships with the…
Our Women’s Economic Empowerment team leads CARE’s work globally to ensure women have greater access to and control over economic resources, assets and opportunities. We focus on four inter-related pathways to economic empowerment, based on a combination of women’s core economic roles as producers, workers, entrepreneurs and consumers: financial inclusion, women and value chains, dignified work, and entrepreneurship. We also focus on supporting the involvement of women in creating resilient markets in fragile and humanitarian contexts.
Director Women’s Economic Empowerment
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Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Advisor
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