COMLIVE provided CARE/DFID with a unique opportunity to strategically enhance a self-sustaining business model for rural development, linking private sector  markets, organic agricultural production, alternative livelihoods and natural resource management in a way that could effectively address the core needs of poor, vulnerable and food insecure families.

Latest Publications

Assessing the effectiveness of home based care kits

  • Countries: South Africa, Zambia
  • Published: January 2009

NGOs and Humanitarian Reform: Mapping Study - DRC Report

  • Co-authors: Tasneem Mowjee
  • Published: December 2008

Living on the Edge - Paying the price of inaction

  • Co-authors: Amber Meikle/ Vanessa Rubin / CIUK
  • Published: September 2008

Independent Evaluation of CARE Bangladesh's Cyclone Sidr Response Programme

  • Countries: Bangladesh
  • Co-authors: Ian Tod, S. M. Nurul Alam, Nayeem Wahra, Tanzina Hoque, Rukshana Begum
  • Published: August 2008

CARE International Advocacy Position

  • Countries: Global
  • Published: June 2008

Civil-military relations: No Room for Humanitarianism in comprehensive approaches

  • Countries: Albania
  • Co-authors: Stephen Cornish, Marit Glad
  • Published: May 2008

Improving drought response in pastoral regions of Ethiopia Somali and Afar regions and Borena Zone in Oromiya Region

  • Countries: Ethiopia
  • Co-authors: Overseas Development Institute
  • Published: January 2008

Aid and Civil-Military relations in Afghanistan

  • Countries: Albania
  • Co-authors: British Agencies Afghanistan Group (BAAG)
  • Published: January 2008