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The latest blogs from CARE India staff and partners around the world.

  • Life as a  humanitarian worker in South Sudan
    INTERNATIONAL

    Life as a  humanitarian worker in South Sudan

    When I first joined the humanitarian sector in 2013, I never thought it would become my passion. My journey in this sector started when I volunteered with a local NGO, as a college student, to help people who were displaced during the 2013 crisis in South Sudan. I spent nine months in an area called Raja doing nutrition assessments and when I  finished, I had my h... Read More

  • PACE UP
    DISASTER RESPONSE

    PACE UP

    One evening I received a call and was enquired about my interest in joining a Training of Trainers on Personal Advancement and Career Enhancement (PACE). My agreement was followed by the arrival of an over 500-page document about the PACE training programme, communication, problem-solving and decision making, time management, water; sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and f... Read More

  • Cropping Cycle, Food Insecurity and Nutrition Status among Small Holder Farmers: An Evidence from Tribal Dominated Region of India
    LIVELIHOOD

    Cropping Cycle, Food Insecurity and Nutrition Status among Small Holder Farmers: An Evidence from Tribal Dominated Region of India

    TARINA action research findings presented at the 4th Asian Population Association (APA) Conference, Shanghai, China Asian Population Association (APA), the largest population and demography association in Asia drawing expertise from all over the globe and linkage with other professional associations has organized 4th Asian Pop... Read More

  • Climate information services for resilient decision making  by women smallholders in Chhattisgarh
    LIVELIHOOD

    Climate information services for resilient decision making by women smallholders in Chhattisgarh

    CARE India with support from AXA has been implementing Where the Rain Falls (WtRF) project in 40 villages of Bagicha and Pathalgaon blocks of Jashpur district, Chhattisgarh. The project aims to increase the resilience of 3000 tribal women and their households to shocks and stresses around water and improve their access, control, and management of natural resources... Read More

  • Ensuring Quality of Care in Family Planning: Rights and Responsibility
    HEALTH

    Ensuring Quality of Care in Family Planning: Rights and Responsibility

    Family Planning plays an important role in achieving multiple development targets and goals set under the Sustainable Development Goals ( SDGs), Goal 3 – Good health and well-being and Goal 5 – Gender equality, call for reduced maternal mortality, reduced premature, neonatal and chil... Read More

  • Youth Perspectives on Gender Based Violence
    Uncategorized

    Youth Perspectives on Gender Based Violence

    Gender responsiveness is a major challenge especially in ascertaining Gender Based Violence. Understanding what constitutes GBV also varies as there are different interpretations of the concept of gender as well as violence. Both genders can be the targets of Gender-Based violence, however, women and girls are the most vulnerable. The issue of GBV is multifaceted that... Read More

  • Working in the Unorganised Sector
    LIVELIHOOD

    Working in the Unorganised Sector

    Any normal day in an average Indian middle-class household cannot be imagined without the domestic worker carrying out daily chores for the household. The domestic worker is an essential part of the household, and an integral one, that it is hard to carry out everyday proceedings without them. If one picks up elementary education books, one can easily spot the profess... Read More

  • Improved Cooking Stove- Bringing Hope in Lives of Many
    LIVELIHOOD

    Improved Cooking Stove- Bringing Hope in Lives of Many

    In a widow’s story of love, loss, and renewal Dianne Dettmann says, “I realised, it is not the time that heals, but what we do within that time that creates positive change.” It is really interesting how the plight of widows transcends the borders of geograph... Read More

  • Towards Ending Gender-Based Violence at the Workplace
    MISCELLANEOUS

    Towards Ending Gender-Based Violence at the Workplace

     In recent past India has witnessed increased participation of women in all walks of life. They are now taking complete charge of their lives and getting involved in all decision-making processes and procedures related to them directly or indirectly. With women gaining visibility in the social and the political sector, various issues related to their safety and acces... Read More

  • ICS – A helping hand for a woman in her old age
    LIVELIHOOD

    ICS – A helping hand for a woman in her old age

    70 years old Natu Pradhan, belongs to Paburia Gram Panchayat, Kandhamal district. She was married at a very young age to a man whose first wife had passed away leaving two small children. After getting married, Natu got so busy raising her step children that she never thought of having her own child. But, as the children grew up they failed to accept Natu as their mot... Read More

  • Clean Energy and Gender Transformative Change
    LIVELIHOOD

    Clean Energy and Gender Transformative Change

    Nearly 70% of India’s population lives in villages. Lack of resources and energy poverty are primary reasons of why people spend their lives in deprivation. Consumption of traditional sources of energy, like firewood, negatively affects the growth and health of girls and women and makes them prone to many health hazards. One such village where this problem is quite ... Read More

  • Marching Towards Gender Equality
    MISCELLANEOUS

    Marching Towards Gender Equality

    As the morning broke on March 19, I was unusually excited. Today, all our efforts throughout the month of March to engage with different stakeholders -from women farmers, partners, civil society organizations, academia and youth across our project locations- were going to culminate in a daylong event in the capital. We were to deliberate, discuss and raise our voic... Read More

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