PROGRESS REPORT 2010 Market Engagement PROGRESS REPORT 2010 Market Engagement CARE Bangladesh; Ami Vitale/CARE; Jennifer Jensen/CARE USA; Kevin McKague/York University; Phil Borges/CARE; Josh Estey/CARE; Jake Herrle/CARE; Valenda Campbell/CARE; Evelyn Hockstein/CARE; Valerio Tapia/CARE Peru; Patrick S. Smith/CARE; CARE Peru; Natha download

CARE Market Engagement Report

In 2008, CARE launched an ambitious Market Engagement Strategy that aims to empower 10 million women and girls to transition from poverty to prosperity by  2015 by improving their ability to access and benefit from markets and employment. This report represents a first assessment of how we are doing. The report  begins by recapping the rationale for our strategic focus and our objectives. This is followed by a summary of CARE’s global achievements and highlights from some of our most progressive programs and partnerships. The report also reviews current activities and concludes with an outline of key issues to focus on as we move forward.

  • Countries: Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia
  • Published: January 2010

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