UK Aid cuts, and the way they are being implemented, will have wide-ranging and long-standing impacts on the world’s poorest people – in particular, women and girls. Analysis of estimated funding between 2019 and 2022 compared to 2015 to 2018, indicates that gender equality focused programming is being severely affected, and women and girls will suffer most from reductions in funding to critical sectors. This will result in an estimated 20 million women and girls who won’t be reached by programming. 

Latest Publications

Every Voice Counts: Domains of change research

  • Countries: Afghanistan, Burundi, Pakistan, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan
  • Co-authors: Sarah Gillingham, Josie Huxtable, Rebecca Haines
  • Published: May 2021

Made by Women: Impact report 2020

  • Countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Viet Nam
  • Published: March 2021

Climate Adaptation Finance: Fact or Fiction?

  • Countries: Ethiopia, Ghana, Nepal, Philippines, Uganda, Viet Nam, Global
  • Co-authors: CARE Denmark and CARE Netherlands
  • Published: January 2021

The 10 most under-reported humanitarian crises of 2020

  • Countries: Burundi, Central African Republic, Guatemala, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Ukraine, Zambia
  • Published: January 2021