CARE INTERNATIONAL IN MOZAMBIQUE
CARE International (CI) is a global confederation of fourteen independent non-profit and non-sectarian humanitarian organizations working together to fight poverty and provide assistance in the face of humanitarian emergencies. Founded in 1945, CARE works collaboratively through its 14 members to end poverty.
Since 2007, CARE has focused its programming on women's issues, as CARE knows that empowering women results in whole families being rescued from the misfortune of poverty. Underlying all of CARE's work is a strong mission and organizational vision that seeks to serve individuals and families in the world's poorest communities. By mobilizing forces from the agencies' own diversity, resources and global experiences, CARE promotes innovative solutions and advocates global responsibility for suppressing the needs of the most vulnerable people.
To achieve its organizational mission CARE promotes lasting change through:
- Capacity building for self-help
- Creating economic opportunities
- Relief assistance in emergencies
- Influencing policy decisions at all levels, and
- Elimination of discrimination in all its forms
Guided by the aspirations of local communities, CARE pursues its mission with both excellence and compassion, always bearing in mind the respect due to those CARE serves, and administers holistic and integrated programs that maximize impact.
In 2014 alone, CARE International operated in 90 countries covering 72 million people through 880 dynamic and responsive initiatives aimed at women and other vulnerable members of the community.
COVID-19 CRISIS IN MOZAMBIQUE: FOCUS ON PREVENTION AND RESPONSE - WITH WOMEN AND GIRLS AT THE CENTER
CARE’s COVID-19 strategy rests upon the delivery of life-saving prevention and response activities to the most vulnerable societal groups and populations in countries in which we work. Simultaneously, CARE will apply a resilience approach to build future capacities at community, household and individual levels to prevent the re-emergence and spread of the disease.[CLICK HERE]
CYCLONE IDAI ONE YEAR ON: SOUTHERN AFRICA STILL DEVASTATED AND VULNERABLE TO CLIMATE SHOCKS
Women and children bore a significant brunt of the disaster, with women and girls reporting a significant increase in their daily chores in the wake of Idai.[CLICK HERE]
Mozambique has enjoyed more than 20 years of strong overall economic growth since the end of its civil war, averaging over 7% per year. [MORE]
CARE Mozambique is a leading international humanitarian and development organization dedicated to defending dignity and eradicating poverty [MORE]
Why work at CARE?A career at CARE Mozambique is truly one-of-a-kind experience. It's more than working for a national and global leader; it's an opportunity to be a part of something that can help bring about lasting change in the world. We're looking for experienced professionals who not only align with our values, but also want to make a difference, develop and inspire others, drive innovative ideas and deliver results. [MORE]
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