A summary of the learnings and recommendations from an internal and external evaluation of the Emergency Cash-First Response to Drought-Affected Communities in the Southern Provinces of Zimbabwe project which was carried out from August 2015 to May 2017. The external evaluation was carried out by Oxford Policy Management and is titled Zimbabwe ‘Cash First’ Humanitarian Response 2015-17.
What is cash transfer programming?
The use of a landscape approach, although not new, is gaining prominence as an approach to effectively reduce disaster risk, adapt to climate change and enhance community resilience. Based on the experience of CARE and Wetlands International in the Partners for Resilience alliance, and on best practices developed by other experts, this paper synthesises the main characteristics of the landscape approach and suggests seven steps when adopting a landscape approach.
INGOs in Yemen are calling on all actors to lift restrictions on Yemeni airspace and allow for the reopening of the country’s main airport, Sana’a International. The official closure of Sana’a airport, one-year ago today, effectively traps millions of Yemeni people and serves to prevent the free movement of commercial and humanitarian goods.
Of the 225 million women with unmet need for family planning, many live in areas affected by conflict or natural disasters. Delivering family planning services in these settings is critical to ensuring countries meet their FP2020 goals, as well as to fulfilling the sexual and reproductive health rights of the more than 32 million women and girls in need of humanitarian aid.
This briefing paper puts forward CARE’s key messages and policy asks towards ensuring universal access to family planning in crisis-affected settings.
Since the year 2000, disasters have been responsible for the loss of one million lives.
As one of the world’s largest humanitarian aid organisations, CARE is one of the first to respond and the last to leave when disaster strikes. But there’s also a lot of work that we do preparing communities for disaster, to reduce their impact.
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The Director of Humanitarian Assistance and Refugee Operations will oversee a fast changing programme sector. The Director’s key function is to ensure timely and quality humanitarian assistance is provided to beneficiaries, including refugees. The Director will coordinate with CARE Kenya’s Director of Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change.
Somalia Somaliland Puntland Joint Response II
Terms of Reference for Final Programme Evaluation
CARE est l'un des plus grands réseaux d'aide humanitaire au monde, apolitique et non confessionnel qui appuie et gère des projets d’urgence et de développement, en impliquant les communautés et en collaborant avec des partenaires locaux.
Notre objectif est de lutter contre l'extrême pauvreté, de défendre l'accès aux droits fondamentaux, de combattre les injustices sociales.
I. INFORMATIONS GENERALES.
Organisation responsable: CARE International au Burundi
Volet: Renforcement économique et VSLA
Project: Promoting economic Opportunities for Women Empowerment in Rural
Africa (Power Africa)
Durée du programme en cours: 25 Novembre 2013- 31 Décembre 2017
Zone d’intervention: Provinces de BUJUMBURA (Rural), Gitega, Muyinga,
Kirundo, Ngozi, Kayanza et Rumonge, dans 27 Communes
Durée de l’étude requise: 20 Jours au maximum
Démarrage de l’étude: 28 Août 2017
Position Title: Regional Syrian Response Humanitarian Analyst
Supervisor: Managing Deputy Regional Director
Start Date: 01.09.2017
Location and travel: Amman, 40 % travel approximately of time
Contract duration: Initially, 7 months