CARE Vision 2030


We enable impact for poor, socially and/or geographically marginalized communities through our program depth and diversity. We view people as agents of change and focus on outcomes that these groups value.

Who We Are

Our Vision

We seek a world of hope that is inclusive and just, where all people live in dignity and security.

Our Mission

To save lives, enable social protection and defeat poverty

Our Focus

We put women and girls at the center of our work because we believe rights and opportunities for all are essential for an inclusive and just world.

What Next
Vision 2030

CARE India’s goal with its Vision 2030 is to impact 100 million people from the poor and marginalized communities to overcome poverty and achieve social protection by 2030. We believe that lasting impact at scale can only be done at three levels: Individual, Relationships and Structures.

Work with Individuals

Work with Individuals

Work with Individuals

To raise consciousness, self-esteem, confidence, and aspirations to change their world, and enables knowledge, skills, and the capabilities to do so.

Change Relations

Change Relations

Change Relations

To address inequality that persists in intimate relations, family and social networks, marketplaces, and community or citizen groups. To heal and activate these networks.

Strengthen Systems

Strengthen Systems

Strengthen Systems

Increased social investment by governments offers us the opportunity to work closely with systems and multiply impact at scale.


CARE India hopes to achieve this by leveraging these five tried-and-tested strategies.

  • Scale Up and Adapt Proven Models
  • l Initiate Community-Centric Transformation
  • Influence Policy through Advocacy
  • Mobilize Financially-Sustainable Models
  • Promote Social Change

Care Strategic Plan 2022-2024

Goal > To Impact 30 million people by 2024

  • Reproductive, maternal, neonatal, child and adolescent healthcare
  • Disease control programs
  • Health emergencies
  • Strong foundation (3-8 years)
  • 21st century skills (Innovation, problem solving and leadership) in adolescents (12-18 years)
  • Women’s skilling and entrepreneurship development
  • Empowering women smallholder farmers
  • Access to clean energy solutions
  • Integrated emergency response
  • Recovery
  • Prevention/mitigation
  • Organizational and community preparedness

CARE India’s work across all these key priority areas will be impact-driven, gender-sensitive, community-centric, innovative, evidence-based and ICT-enabled.

Institutional Initiatives

  • Design Center
  • Gender Equality Center
  • Program Innovations Center
  • MLE & Knowledge Management Cell

Organisational Focus

  • Fundraising

    Partnerships for sustainable impact at scale Innovation and diversity in sources, channels, method Powerful Branding

  • Partnerships

    Government, community institutions Member partners of the CARE Federation Lead sectoral mentors

  • People & Structure

    Flexible and agile structure Collaborative working models Efficient, technology-leveraged operations

Connect with Us

Corporate and Registered Office

Module No. 411, 4th Floor, NSIC-MDBP Building
Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi – 110020 (INDIA)