WHAT WE DO
In 2012 CARE International in Mozambique, conducted a Country Presence Strategic Review to evaluate it role and presence in Mozambique. The study revealed the need for CARE to modify its working approach and act more as a “facilitator, convener and innovator of high impact” initiatives.
To operationalize this strategic shift the agency has opted to put empowerment of Mozambican institutions squarely at the center of its operational approach. Perhaps the most important aspect of CARE International in Mozambique’s new strategic approach is the greater focus on achieving impact at scale through support Mozambican civil society actors to influence policies and programs developed by government departments and other international actors. This transition, in turn, requires that CARE Mozambique increasingly play a role in helping to develop and test innovative models and approaches. It also requires that CARE generates a strong evidence base for innovations that address agriculture, food security, climate change adaptation, gender transformation and rural development challenges being faced in a range of local contexts.
CARE is focusing its work during 2014-2020 on the following three interdependent programme objectives, integrating across traditionally separated sectors:
- Enhanced productivity, adaptive capacity and resilience of women and girls dependent on land and natural resources.
- Empowered women and girls able to exercise their rights and influence decisions in the private and public spheres.
- Empowered CARE and CSO partners’ staff able to promote transformative, rights-based development at scale.
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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]
BACKGROUND CARE BACKGROUND CARE
CARE Mozambique is a leading international humanitarian and development organization dedicated to defending dignity and eradicating poverty [MORE]
Welcome to the new website of CARE International in Mozambique! This website provides you with an overview of CARE’s 30-year [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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