Working to end global poverty.
Care is the largest non-political non-religious overseas aid organisation in the country, providing humanitarian assistance across the globe. They lead the global movement dedicated to ending poverty by working to save lives and achieve social justice.
Care serves individuals and families in the poorest communities across the world through the provision of health, education and support services. By assisting in disaster relief efforts and addressing the causes of global poverty in developing countries, Care aims to give equal opportunities to those in need regardless of race, religion or ethnicity.
Training courses for health workers to improve health care access and enforce legal protections, supply educational materials and support hospital based services for people living with HIV/Aids in 8 hospitals in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Quang Ninh and Thanh Hoah districts.
This project will support some of the poorest and most remote ethnic groups in Phongsaly, Sekong and Sayabouri Provinces in Laos by delivering clean water systems, improved levels of nutrition and health, and generating new income opportunities.
CARE will work with 20,000 women from 1,000 village savings and loans groups in Lilongwe, Dowa and Kasungu Districts, to overcome chronic hunger by expanding their farms or micro-businesses. It will facilitate women’s access to finance, training and markets.
This project supports women from the poorest communities in rural Vietnam by providing financial education and training and other opportunities to improve their lives. The women form Village Savings and Loans groups where members save each week, pool their savings, and access loans with reasonable interest.
In March 2015, the people of Vanuatu were hit by one of the most devastating cyclones in the nation’s history, Cyclone Pam. The YUMI strong project is working with the government and 14 remote island communities to ensure the people of Vanuatu are stronger and better prepared to survive a future natural disaster.
This coffee project will train poor farmers to increase their yields, produce higher quality coffee, and connect them with international markets, helping them lift their families out of poverty. By diversifying farming practices, families will also develop skills to plant and grow other crops and improve their overall nutrition.
This project will improve access to primary school education in the remote, disadvantaged communities and increase the enrolment and retention of girls in primary schools by training teachers, building classrooms ad providing literacy tools and learning materials.