Oct 7, 2021

CARE AND THE SDGS: IMPACT AND LEARNING ANALYSIS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

When CARE developed our 2020 Program Strategy, aligning our measurement system with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) seemed an obvious choice; as the SDGs represent a collective, global commitment to a transformed world, it is only right that an organization like CARE also show how its work contributes to these shared goals toward this collective vision.

In this report, we account for the contributions CARE and our partners have made to these global goals, drawing on evaluations, learning summaries or periodic outcome reports from over 1,300 projects and advocacy/ influencing initiatives, from 2015 to 2020. We use the word “contributions” deliberately: in all our work, change happens through the combined efforts of many different actors, including civil society and movements, governments, and the private sector. Our programs are just some of the contributing factors that lead to these impacts and outcomes. The report also highlights what we have learned over the last six years, and the areas we need to focus on and improve over the next 10 years of the SDG period, to 2030.

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Aug 27, 2021

Crisis Response Impact Report

CARE continues to play a central role in combating the pandemic – with the largest emergency response in our 75-year history, so far reaching 69 of the 100 countries where CARE works. Our achievements to date include:

  • Clean water supplies for 4.9 million people.
  • Hygiene kits with crucial supplies like soap, hand sanitizer, masks and sanitary napkins, for 4.8 million people.
  • Nutritious food for 4.3 million people who face the threat of malnutrition due to lockdowns or loss of income.
  • Cash or vouchers enabling 890,000 people to choose what they need most and support local businesses.
  • Mass media campaigns reaching nearly 262.8 million people with information on COVID-19 prevention and services.
  • Community outreach engaging nearly 20.6 million people in dialogue to offer prevention education, answer questions and dispel rumors.
  • Gender-based violence prevention and response reaching 5.1 million people.
Aug 27, 2021

CARE's COVID-19 Response

A new wave of COVID-19 is threatening some of the world’s most vulnerable people. Infections are soaring in countries that were previously thought to have escaped the worst, overwhelming limited healthcare resources. While the introduction of COVID-19 vaccines is bringing new hope, distributing them poses massive challenges, especially where public health infrastructure is weak.

CARE continues to play a central role in combating the pandemic – with the largest emergency response in our 75-year history, so far reaching 69 of the 100 countries where CARE works. Our achievements to date include:

  • Clean water supplies for 4.9 million people.
  • Hygiene kits with crucial supplies like soap, hand sanitizer, masks and sanitary napkins, for 4.8 million people.
  • Nutritious food for 4.3 million people who face the threat of malnutrition due to lockdowns or loss of income.
  • Cash or vouchers enabling 890,000 people to choose what they need most and support local businesses.
  • Mass media campaigns reaching nearly 262.8 million people with information on COVID-19 prevention and services.
  • Community outreach engaging nearly 20.6 million people in dialogue to offer prevention education, answer questions and dispel rumors.
  • Gender-based violence prevention and response reaching 5.1 million people.
 
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