Gender Equality

Gender Equality and Gender Transformative Change

Gender equality lies at the core of all the work that CARE India does. Deep rooted gender inequitable relations, power dynamics and social norms in India add to the vulnerabilities and marginalisation of women in many communities. Our aim is to bring a gender transformative change at the individual, household, and community levels.

Our on-ground programmes feature a strong gender component that allows men and women, boys and girls, to live with mutual respect and equal opportunities. Behaviour change communication is the key element across all our projects to enhance awareness and strengthen the ability of women and their collectives to challenge and change unjust gender and social norms.

We do this by our specially developed tools and communication outreach that promotes engagement with the community, service providers, government functionaries, and market players.

Gender Transformative Framework

CARE uses the Social Analysis and Action (SAA) approach to build institutional capacities for addressing gender. The SSA model conceptualises a pathway of learning and change.


Major Achievements

214,894 Women and girls received a direct impact to realise equal rights and opportunities.

Aligned with the SDG 10, we worked with 4,450 women and girls to help reduce factors that induce inequality against them.



SAJHA works for women who suffer violence from their partner or family. The project aims to support such women by improving the health facilities’ response against such cases. The Frontline workers are trained to encourage the survivors to be aware, provide them with psychosocial support and take a bold step against violence.

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Family Planning

The Family Planning initiative works to increase the use of modern contraceptives to save the lives of young women and infants. It offers several choices, and from the informed options, he/she can choose the suitable one voluntarily.

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Transformative Change ApproachThe Gender

The study gives a sustainable approach to attain gender equality and equity…

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An Analysis of Perceptions of Domestic Violence

The study highlights the implementation status of PWDV Act 2005…

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State Facilitate Support Services under PWDV

The study attempts to delve down deeper to assess…

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