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Documents posted to the Cutting Edge Library can be sorted according to a specific interest categories by clicking the links below. Most documents will appear under more than one topic – so it can be useful to browse through the various topics to find related documents of interest.

 

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·  Advocacy

·  Civil Society

·  Empowerment

·  Food Programming

·  Gender

·  Governance

·  HLS

·  Humanitarian Assistance

·  Impact Assessment

·  Knowledge Sharing & Learning

·  Monitoring & Evaluation

·  Multi-Country Programming

·  Partnership

·  Policy Advocacy

·  Program Shift

·  Project Design

·  Rights Based Approaches

·  Strategic Impact Inquiry

·  Unifying Framework

  
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A Model for Community-Based Care for OVC.pdf A Model for Community-Based Care for OVCUnknown
CARE Rwanda's Nkundabana approach to providing a community-based solution to the overwhelming problem of child-headed households and households in which adults are unable to provide adequate care for children.
RwandaEnglish2005
Abordar la Dinamica Social de la Salud Sexual y Reproductiva.pdf Abordar la Dinamica Social de la Salud Sexual y ReproductivaLouise Palmer
Este artículo demuestra las exploraciones iniciales de CARE en el área de análisis social y crea un caso para usarlo en el desarrollo programático que toma en consideración las causas sociales de la mala salud sexual y reproductiva.
Spanish2006
Addressing the Social Dynamics of Sexual and Reproductive Health.pdf Addressing the Social Dynamics of Sexual and Reproductive HealthLouise Palmer
This paper reflects CARE’s initial explorations of social analysis and makes a case for using social analysis and action in developing programming to address the social causes of poor sexual and reproductive health.
English2006
Addressing the Social Dynamics of SRH (Arabic).pdf Addressing the Social Dynamics of SRH (Arabic)SRH Unit
This paper makes a case for the role of social analysis and action in developing programming to address the social causes of sexual reproductive health (SRH).
Arabic2007
Addressing the Social Dynamics of SRH (English).pdf Addressing the Social Dynamics of SRH (English)SRH Unit
This paper makes a case for the role of social analysis and action in developing programming to address the social causes of sexual reproductive health (SRH).
English2007
Addressing the Social Dynamics of SRH (French).pdf Addressing the Social Dynamics of SRH (French)SRH Unit
This paper makes a case for the role of social analysis and action in developing programming to address the social causes of sexual reproductive health (SRH).
French2007
Addressing the Social Dynamics of SRH (Spanish).pdf Addressing the Social Dynamics of SRH (Spanish)SRH Unit
This paper makes a case for the role of social analysis and action in developing programming to address the social causes of sexual reproductive health (SRH).
Spanish2007
Adoptando la Participacion para el Desarollo.pdf Adoptando la Participacion para el DesarolloMeera Kaul Shah, Sarah Degnan Kambou, Barbara Monahan
Este manual proporciona experiencias mundiales de los programas de salud reproductiva de CARE con indicaciones paso a paso de técnicas y herramientas participativas.
Spanish1999
Adopting a Programmatic Approach Through Mainstreaming Rights and Gender- A Case from CARE Burundi.pdf Adopting a Programmatic Approach Through Mainstreaming Rights and Gender- A Case from CARE BurundiAllison Burden
This case covers of how a small country office in a changing and volatile operating environment can begin to transform its portfolio towards more programmatic approaches.  It explains how this shift entails altering power relationships in CARE and out.
BurundiEnglish2007
Advocacy in Programming-The Case of Forest Watch- Ghana.pdf Advocacy in Programming-The Case of Forest Watch- GhanaAlbert Katako and Marcy Vigoda
This case covers how CARE Ghana knit together an 8-year long advocacy effort, how important networks of like-minded organizations were in this, and how critical it was for CARE to "lead from behind" on this effort.
GhanaEnglish2007
Analyzing Power Structures in Rural Bangladesh.pdf Analyzing Power Structures in Rural BangladeshBode
A discussion of the methodologies to study rural power structures in Northwest Bangladesh as part of research and analysis to better implement rights-based activities.
English2005
Brief No.1_What is a program approach.pdf Brief No.1_What is a program approachMichael Drinkwater and others from the PIKL Alliance
Overview of CARE’s program approach: definition and characteristics of a program; requirements for shifting to a program approach; processes for developing and operationalizing programs; and implications for organizational alignment.
USAEnglish2008
Brief No.2_Learning and Knowledge Sharing for the Program Shift.pdf Brief No.2_Learning and Knowledge Sharing for the Program ShiftKent Glenzer and others from the PIKL Alliance
Describes the Learning and Knowledge Sharing System that CARE has set up to support its shift to a programmatic approach.  Defines learning laboratories and satellites, required contributions from other groups, and main topics of learning.
USAEnglish2008
Brief No.3_Organizational Performance Management and Learning.pdf Brief No.3_Organizational Performance Management and LearningClaudia Canepa, Sarah Ralston and others from the PIKL Alliance
Outlines the framework for CARE USA’s organizational performance system (UBORA), which focuses on impact, program quality/process and program support.  Also describes the processes set up to ensure that data lead to improvements in performance.
USAEnglish2008
Brief No.4_Measuring Program Impact.pdf Brief No.4_Measuring Program ImpactMaliha Khan and others from PIKL Alliance
Overview of CARE’s approach to measuring impact, including what we mean by “impact,” the distinction between project M&E vs. program impact measurement; and a proposed system and process for measuring impact over time.
USAEnglish2008
Brief No.5_The Transition to Programmatic Approaches and Programming Principles and Project Standards.pdf Brief No.5_The Transition to Programmatic Approaches and Programming Principles and Project StandardsSofia Sprechmann and others from PIKL Alliance
Analysis of CARE’s Program Standards Framework from the perspective of the program approach.  Describes what it means to enact our six programming in the different stages of a program cycle, and proposes changes to the Project Standards.
USAEnglish2008
Building a Coherent Program-Asia Regional Leadership Team Study Tour.pdf Building a Coherent Program-Asia Regional Leadership Team Study TourAsia RTL and Michael Drinkwater
This case provides a step-by-step explanation of how programs are conceived of and structured.  This material makes the difference between a ”project-focused” and ”program-focused” country office portfolio clear.
English2007
CARE CVCA Handbook-June 2009.pdf CARE CVCA Handbook-June 2009Angie Daze, Kaia Ambrose and Charles Ehrhart
The CVCA methodology provides a framework for analyzing vulnerability and capacity to adapt to climate change at the
community level.
CARE English2009
CARE DME Senior Cadre Conference (Ain Soukhna, Egypt, May 2004).pdf CARE DME Senior Cadre Conference (Ain Soukhna, Egypt, May 2004)Goldenberg
A report of the meeting of the senior DME cadre in Egypt in 2004 to review the CI programming principles and their implications for DME and to examine "empowerment" as a central focus in considering the challenges of RBA to CARE's DME practices.
English2004
CARE Youth Research Report 2008.pdf CARE Youth Research Report 2008CARE International - Sierra Leone
The research was carried out by youth trained to conducted in-depth interviews with individuals from within their own social networks.  More than 500 youth participated in the study that reflected the voice of youth using the CARE unifying framework.
Sierra LeoneEnglish2008
CARE's Experience with RBA.pdf CARE's Experience with RBARand
A set of five case studies from Uganda, India, Burundi, Vietnam and South Africa, representing a diverse range of contexts and approaches in the integration of a rights perspective in programming and raises key learning questions of broader value.
English2002
CARE's Experience Working with Communities Toward Abandonment of Female Genital Cutting (FGC).pdf CARE's Experience Working with Communities Toward Abandonment of Female Genital Cutting (FGC)Henrietta Rajadurai and Susan Igras
This paper explores CARE’s use of rights-based approaches and operations research to address female genital cutting (FGC) in Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan.  The FGC project examined the effectiveness of different FGC community-based interventions.
English2005
Challenging Community Norms- Models for Inclusive and Equitable Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in Malawi.pdf Challenging Community Norms- Models for Inclusive and Equitable Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in MalawiMarcie Rubardt
In seeking to understand the root causes of poor sexual and reproductive health, CARE USA and CARE Malawi staff explored using a social-challenge process to help communities address underlying causes of poverty and poor maternal and new born health.
MalawiEnglish2007
Challenging Societies.pdf Challenging SocietiesByrkit & Stewart
Project staff and partners need to challenge some elements of the societies they work in, tackling issues related to governance, intergenerational relationships, or gender.
English2006
Checklist of M and E Resource Requirements.pdf Checklist of M and E Resource RequirementsPicard
This is a two-page checklist of issues to consider to ensure adequate resources are budgeted into a project proposal for monitoring and evaluation.
English2005
Comparing Quantitative and Qualitative Methods.pdf Comparing Quantitative and Qualitative MethodsPicard
An exercise that can be used as part of a DME workshop (or other related event) aimed at helping staff understand the differences between quantitative and qualitative methods and recognize their own biases and myths about methods.
English2005
Components Leading to Good Programming.pdf Components Leading to Good ProgrammingMERMU
This is a conceptual note written by the Middle East and Europe Regional Management Unit for use in discussion with Country Offices on   organizational performance and program impact.
English2005
CORAD_GOVERNANCE  FACILITATOR MANUAL.pdf CORAD_GOVERNANCE FACILITATOR MANUALIvan Nikolick, Consultant
This manual could be used by facilitators within CARE country offices in order to ensure that a suitable cadre of qualified trainers in governance exists. The manual is coupled another one which serves as participant handouts.
Sierra LeoneEnglish2008
CORAD_GOVERNANCE  TRAINING PARTICIPANT HANDOUT.pdf CORAD_GOVERNANCE TRAINING PARTICIPANT HANDOUTIvan Nikolick, Consultant
The manual serves as a handout for participants in good governance training. It could be used by within CARE country offices in order to ensure that a suitable cadre of qualified trainers in governance exists. It is also a useful tool for CBO leaders.
Sierra LeoneEnglish2008
Core_Functions_PQ_Learning_ECA_draft_23-2-09,_April_9th_09.doc Core_Functions_PQ_Learning_ECA_draft_23-2-09,_April_9th_09ECA
This paper is an attempt to define and set benchmarks for the core functions of Program Quality and Learning & Impact measurement within a country office, as a contribution to strengthen our overall organizational performance.
ECARMUEnglish2009
CRS' guidance for developing logical and results frameworks english2.pdf CRS' guidance for developing logical and results frameworks english2Carlisle J. Levine
This guide discusses performance indicator development and measurement, theories of change, objective and results statements, and logical and results frameworks. It is useful for project design primarily and project monitoring and evaluation secondarily.
USAEnglish2007
Delivery of Humanitarian Shelter in Urban Areas - Afghanistan.pdf Delivery of Humanitarian Shelter in Urban Areas - AfghanistanCARE Afghanistan
The Kabul Area Shelter and Settlement Project was designed with the basic human and need and right to shelter, clean water and sanitation and improved living environment.
AfghanistanEnglish2008
DME in Rights-Based Programming.pdf DME in Rights-Based ProgrammingNoij
This paper discusses issues facing CARE's approach to design, monitoring and evaluation as the organization moves towards adopting a human rights approach.
English2002
Embracing Participation in Development-Wisdom from the Field.pdf Embracing Participation in Development-Wisdom from the FieldEdited by Meera Kaul Shah, Sarah Degnan Kambou, Barbara Monahan
This field manual provides worldwide experience from CARE’s reproductive health programs with a step-by-step field guide to participatory tools and techniques.
English1999
Empowering Approaches for Understanding Empowerment.pdf Empowering Approaches for Understanding EmpowermentKristien de Boodt
This aim of this document is to introduce the reader to a pilot practice within CARE Burundi that focuses on valuing people and their stories of positive change as a means to approach sensitive issues within the communities where CARE works.
English2007
Engaging Communities in Youth Reproductive Health and HIV Projects.pdf Engaging Communities in Youth Reproductive Health and HIV ProjectsRose Zambezi and Juan Jacobo Hernandez
This “learn by doing” guide provides easy-to-follow guidelines for conducting a participatory assessment with young and adult community members.  It is intended for use at the community level by people with limited experience using PLA tools/approaches.
English2006
Entry Points for Empowerment.pdf Entry Points for EmpowermentBartlett
An example from Bangladesh of farmer field school as entry point for the empowerment of people and used to develop an analytical toolbox to put rights principles and policies into practice.
BangladeshEnglish2004
Facilitating Change.pdf Facilitating ChangeCARE USA
Benchmarks the organizational change process underway in CARE, as it began to commit to new principles and a rights orientation. This workshop of individuals committed to leading the change process preceded the final set of the CI programming principles.
English2003
Feeding the Nation.pdf Feeding the NationMahbubul Islam Khan
Increased domestic food production by itself is not sufficient to address food insecurity for the poor and marginalized. Empowering the poor and marginalized to raise their voices and creating policy space for them is of great significance.
English2007
Financial Management of Partner Implementation.pdf Financial Management of Partner ImplementationCARE Danmark
The present guideline document has been developed in order to spell out the financial aspects of partnerships. CARE Danmark wishes to acknowledge the important assistance from Country Offices in Ghana, Nepal, Niger, Uganda, and Vietnam.
DenmarkEnglish2004
Gary Barker - paper.pdf Gary Barker - paperGary Barker
Presentation for the Interactive Dialogue to Evaluate Progress in the Implementation of the Agreed Conclusions adopted by the Commission on the Status of Women in 2004
BrazilEnglish2007
Going the Extra Mile to Provide and  Sustain Family Planning Services in Remote Madagascar.pdf Going the Extra Mile to Provide and Sustain Family Planning Services in Remote MadagascarCatherine Toth
This case study highlights the Extra Mile Initiative which has worked to ensure education and services in FP were brought to six remote communes in Madagascar that border ecological zones threatened by a growing population.
MadgascarEnglish2008
Governance policy and strategy framework.pdf Governance policy and strategy frameworkCARE International - Sierra Leone
We have identified the key aspects of governance for CARE Sierra Leone to understand and prioritise.  We have set out in this paper the structure and key components which can be developed into more comprehensive policy and strategy documents.
Sierra LeoneEnglish2007
GPII High-Level Requirements.doc GPII High-Level RequirementsCARE OPM
Organizational Performance Management: To design and create a web based system that collects and reports on global performance and impact indicators which are analyzed and used for learning, strategic decision making, and organizational development.
English2008
Guia para Elaborar Marcos Logicos y de Resultados de CRS espanol2.pdf Guia para Elaborar Marcos Logicos y de Resultados de CRS espanol2Carlisle J. Levine
This guide discusses performance indicator development and measurement, theories of change, objective and results statements, and logical and results frameworks. It is useful for project design primarily and project monitoring and evaluation secondarily.
USASpanish2007
Guidance for Evaluation Terms Of Reference Revised by Sierra Leone.doc Guidance for Evaluation Terms Of Reference Revised by Sierra LeoneAdapted By Jim Rugh
These guidelines for developing evaluation ToRs are meant to be a complement to the CARE Evaluation Policy, helping those responsible for planning CARE project and program evaluations be more aware of what should be addressed in evaluation ToRs.
Sierra LeoneEnglish2009
Guide pour lélaboration des cadres logiques et de résultats francais2.pdf Guide pour lélaboration des cadres logiques et de résultats francais2Carlisle J. Levine
This guide discusses performance indicator development and measurement, theories of change, objective and results statements, and logical and results frameworks. It is useful for project design primarily and project monitoring and evaluation secondarily.
USAFrench2007
Helping Projects Become More Programmatic.pdf Helping Projects Become More ProgrammaticRugh
This paper includes a number of suggestions for ways to move from projects to thinking in more programmatic ways – also in grounding conceptual theories in real-world realities.
English2007
HLS Monitoring System.pdf HLS Monitoring SystemDinesh Uprety
An excellent guide to definitions of HLS indicators, means of monitoring and evaluating them, as well as sampling strategies.
English2006
How A Learning Project Affected a CO Programme-The Case of CARE Georgia.pdf How A Learning Project Affected a CO Programme-The Case of CARE GeorgiaJonathan Puddifoot
Among the interesting aspects of this case is the explanation of what is different about a project within programmatic approaches focused on underlying causes of poverty.
GeorgiaEnglish2007
Ideas and Action Addressing the Social Factors that Influence SRH.pdf Ideas and Action Addressing the Social Factors that Influence SRHCARE USA and USAID
This manual describes the experience of CARE staff and partners in using an approach called Social Analysis and Action to identify and address the social, economic and cultural factors that influence reproductive health.
English2007
Ideas to Guide Evaluation ToRs for CARE (Arabic).pdf Ideas to Guide Evaluation ToRs for CARE (Arabic)Rugh
Guidelines for preparing Terms of Reference (ToR) for evaluations of CARE projects and programs.
Arabic2007
Ideas to Guide Evaluation ToRs for CARE (English).pdf Ideas to Guide Evaluation ToRs for CARE (English)Rugh
Guidelines for preparing Terms of Reference (ToR) for evaluations of CARE projects and programs.
English2007
Incorporating RBA in CARE's Program Cycle.pdf Incorporating RBA in CARE's Program CycleJones
This discussion paper is intended to stimulate reflection and discussion among colleagues worldwide and, eventually, to lead to improved guidelines for program planning, design, monitoring and evaluation.
English2002
Increasing CARE's Program Quality and Relevance in the LAC Region- Developing Programs with Greater Impact.pdf Increasing CARE's Program Quality and Relevance in the LAC Region- Developing Programs with Greater ImpactSofia Sprechmann
This case covers how to connect UCP analysis to the development of programs.  There is also a good, clear, articulation of the internal organizational changes that CARE Ecuador has had to undertake in order to undertake in order to make the shift.
EcuadorEnglish2007
Inner Spaces Outer Faces Initiative.pdf Inner Spaces Outer Faces InitiativeICRW & CARE USA
This 74-page report details the two-year innovation phase of ISOFI a novel project focusing on gender and sexuality as important factors that influence reproductive health outcomes on multiple dimensions.
English2006
ISOFI Report-Walking the Talk- Inner Spaces Outer Faces-Gender and Sexuality Initiative.pdf ISOFI Report-Walking the Talk- Inner Spaces Outer Faces-Gender and Sexuality InitiativeSarah Degnan Kambou, VeronicaMagar, Jill Gay, Heidi Lary, Geetika Hora, Aprajita Mukherjee, My Linh Nguyen, Jennifer Ramsey
This report details the two-year innovation phase of ISOFI (Inner Spaces, Outer Faces Initiative), a novel project focusing on gender and sexuality as important factors that influence reproductive outcomes on multiple dimensions.
English2006
It Takes Two.pdf It Takes TwoUNFPA
The document is based on frameworks and evidence-based programming findings described inUNFPA Technical Paper No. 3, “Partnering: A New Approach to Sexual and Reproductive Health”(2000) and recent research.
USAEnglish2000
Knowing Governance and Making it Known.pdf Knowing Governance and Making it KnownEdson Lassy Nyingi_CARE Tanzania's Governance Training Manual
This manual aims at contributing to equipping CARE Tanzania’s staff members and partners with the governance capacities so they can analyze and respond to causes and impacts of bad governance in CARE Tanzania
TanzaniaEnglish2008
Learning by Inquiry Sexual and Reproductive Health Field Experiences from CARE in Asia.pdf Learning by Inquiry Sexual and Reproductive Health Field Experiences from CARE in AsiaGillian Fletcher, Veronica Mager & Frank Noij
This paper uses case studies from Myanmar, India and Bangladesh to demonstrate a qualitative approach to monitoring and evaluation called Most Significant Changes (MSC). The MSC method captures changes, and their impetus in program participants' lives.
English2005
Mapping CARE's Unifying Framework.pdf Mapping CARE's Unifying FrameworkMcCaston
Sample mapping exercises of the unifying framework to guide the analytical work on underlying causes of poverty from Mozambique, Ecuador, Guatemala and Lesotho.
English2005
Measurement and Methodological Challenges.pdf Measurement and Methodological ChallengesPicard
The paper elaborates the imperatives, challenges, and implications of rights-based approaches to measurement of impact and methodologies in use within CARE.  It draws on case study evidence from a conflict management project called START in CARE Kosovo.
KosovoEnglish2003
Meeting Needs for Reproductive Health Services in Post Conflict Environments-CARE's Family Planning project in the DRC.pdf Meeting Needs for Reproductive Health Services in Post Conflict Environments-CARE's Family Planning project in the DRCCatherine  Toth
This case study highlights the mid-project results and lessons learned from CARE’s three-year Family Planning Project in remote, war-torn Maniema province in the DRC. It explores addressing family planning as an urgent need during times of crisis.
DRCEnglish2007
MEGA 2004 Summary Report.pdf MEGA 2004 Summary ReportRusson
The Meta-Evaluation of Goal Achievement by CARE projects and programs is conducted every two years.  It assesses the evaluation methods used and how well evaluated projects met the CARE DME Standards. This was third such assessment.
English2004
MEGA'06 Report (2007 06 22).zip MEGA'06 Report (2007 06 22)Jim Rugh
A Synthesis of Findings and Methodological Lessons from CARE Evaluation Reports, 2005-2006
MultinationalEnglish2007
Orientacoes da CRS para elaborar quadros logicos e matrizes de resultado portugues2.pdf Orientacoes da CRS para elaborar quadros logicos e matrizes de resultado portugues2Carlisle J. Levine
This guide discusses performance indicator development and measurement, theories of change, objective and results statements, and logical and results frameworks. It is useful for project design primarily and project monitoring and evaluation secondarily.
USAPortuguese2007
Perspectives Using a Broad Based Approach to conduct a Comprehensive Situational Analysis 1st Edition January 2008.pdf Perspectives Using a Broad Based Approach to conduct a Comprehensive Situational Analysis 1st Edition January 2008Basic and Girls' Education Unit
This field guide presents a process for executing a situational analysis for developing and implementing programs to address the marginalization of girls’,
USAEnglish2008
Program Shift general formatted June 19.pdf Program Shift general formatted June 19PIKL
An overview of the program shift, Learning Laboratories, program quality indicators, and on the relation of the program shift work to Ubora.  Also included is a snapshot of FY09 deliverables.
English2008
Promising Practices 5x5 Model.pdf Promising Practices 5x5 ModelHIV/AIDS Unit
This document highlights CARE’s innovative model (called the 5x5 Model) in promoting the well being of children under 8yrs of age. It is based on lessons collected from pilots in 4 countries (Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Zambia).
English2007
PromotingGenderEqualityInNewAidModalities_eng.pdf PromotingGenderEqualityInNewAidModalities_engUNIFEM
This note is an outcome of a Nov. 2005 international consultation in Brussels organized by UNIFEM and the European Commission. It identifies an initial set of considerations to ensure that gender equality is central to the aid effectiveness agenda.
USAEnglish2006
Putting Rights Based Development in Context.pdf Putting Rights Based Development in ContextBode, Goulden, Martinez, Wanda
Discusses ways that CARE is addressing programmatic and organizational challenges, drawing on the experience of Bangladesh and Malawi. CARE's RBA takes into account the political economy of localities and larger context in which these are embedded.
English2005
RBA and Risk (Facilitator's Guide).pdf RBA and Risk (Facilitator's Guide)CARE UK
Still in draft form, this tool is aimed at filtering out and considering the most significant risks in applying RBA within a particular context rather than intending to be a formal risk assessment checklist or lengthy questionnaire
English2004
RBA Rating Scale.pdf RBA Rating ScaleCARE USA
This is a rating scale (Likert, 1 to 5) to measure projects or programs against the six CI programming principles.  Each score has a set of descriptive statements that can be used to match the position of the project or program to the score.
English2005
Renewing Our Voice Code of Good Practices.pdf Renewing Our Voice Code of Good PracticesMulti-Sectoral Partners
This Code sets out a number of Guiding Principles which apply a human rights approach to the range of HIV/AIDS-specific health, development and humanitarian work undertaken by NGOs responding to HIV/AIDS.
English2004
role_men_boys UN RW Connell.pdf role_men_boys UN RW ConnellR.W. Connell
This paper is intended as a broad guide to issues involving men and boys in the promotion of gender equality. It identifies current tasks for gender equality policy and suggests a policy framework for incorporating men and boys
USAEnglish2003
S'attaquer Aux Dynamics Sociales de la Sante Sexuelle et de Reproduction.pdf S'attaquer Aux Dynamics Sociales de la Sante Sexuelle et de ReproductionLouise Palmer
This papaer reflects CARE's initial explorations of social analysis and makes a case for using social analysis and action in developing programming to address the social causes of poor sexual and reproductive health.
French2006
Social Analysis.pdf Social AnalysisByrkit & Stewart
By attempting to look at SRH in a more holistic manner, projects can underline the real complexities of development issues.
English2006
State and Society Research Highlights.pdf State and Society Research HighlightsBode
A series newsletter that puts out highlights of CARE Bangladesh's most cutting edge work in promoting RBA and exploration of underlying causes of poverty.  This set encompasses 7 different issues on various topics relating to the Bangladesh experience.
English2005
The Basics of Project Implementation English.pdf The Basics of Project Implementation EnglishBarbara Durr, Eric Johnson, Jim Rugh, Kadry Furany, Minette Rubio, Noha Hussein and Rodolfo Siles
By attempting to look at SRH in a more holistic manner, projects can underline the real complexities of development issues.
English2007
The Basics of Project Implementation- French.pdf The Basics of Project Implementation- FrenchDurr, Johnson, Rugh, Furany, Rubio, Hussein & Siles
This guidebook focuses specifically on the project implementation stage of a project life cycle. It aims at providing field based Project Managers with a focused overview of project implementation and to direct them to other helpful tools & documents.
French2007
The Basics of Project Implementation SPANISH.pdf The Basics of Project Implementation SPANISHBarbara Durr, Eric Johnson, Jim Rugh, Kadry Furany, Minette Rubio, Noha Hussein and Rodolfo Siles
Enfoque específicamente en la fase de implementación durante la vida cíclica de proyectos. Su propósito esta en proveer a gerentes de proyectos una perspectiva general de la implementación de proyectos y dirigirles a otras herramientas y documentos.
Spanish2007
The Basics of Project Implementation-Portuguese.pdf The Basics of Project Implementation-PortugueseDurr, Johnson, Rugh, Furany, Rubio, Hussein & Siles
This guidebook focuses specifically on the project implementation stage of a project life cycle. It aims at providing field based Project Managers with a focused overview of project implementation and to direct them to other helpful tools & documents.
Portuguese2007
The Femme Project in Peru Partnerships for Improved Health.pdf The Femme Project in Peru Partnerships for Improved HealthAnne Davenport
This case study highlights CARE’s innovative Foundation to Enhance Management of Maternal Emergencies (FEMME) project. The FEMME project focused on using a rights-based approach to meet the need for emergency obstetric care services in Ayacucho, Peru.
PeruEnglish2007
The IDEAS Model for Demonstration and Replication- An Experience from CARE India.pdf The IDEAS Model for Demonstration and Replication- An Experience from CARE IndiaLaura Bailey, T. Usha Kiran; Sunil Babu; NVN Nalini
This paper describes CARE India’s approach to scale-up called Demonstration and Replication. Key elements of this approach include innovation, documentation, external marketing, assessing and capacity building, and support.
English2005
The Power of Basic Education.pdf The Power of Basic EducationBGE Unit
A 3-page article about the benefits of education in developing countries.
English2007
The Process of Project to Program Shift in LAC Region.doc The Process of Project to Program Shift in LAC RegionSofia Sprechmann
Brief overview of the shift to a programmatic approach undertaken by CARE-LAC since 2004: results of the UCP analyses; strategic roles; internal obstacles for playing the strategic roles; and lessons learned.
LACRMUEnglish2008
The shift to a programmatic approach in Bangladesh.doc The shift to a programmatic approach in BangladeshMichael Drinkwater and Andrea Rodericks
Describes the rational and experiences in shifting to a programmatic approach and organizational implications of the shift.  Program impact statements, program analysis as well as indicators for impact measurement and learning system are summarized.
BangladeshEnglish2008
Towards a Conflict Sensitive CARE Kosovo english version.doc Towards a Conflict Sensitive CARE Kosovo english versionCynthia Gaigails and Faton Krasniqi
A practical learning manual developed by private government and non-government sector members in Kosovo, International Alert and Peace building team within CARE Kosovo.
KosovoEnglish2008
UN-NGO Human Rights.pdf UN-NGO Human RightsVaughn
A 21-page document about Human Rights and Tsunami Recovery that discusses key findings and recommendations.
English2006
Using Our Project Experience for Scale Up and Country-level impact-Examples from Peru and Central America.pdf Using Our Project Experience for Scale Up and Country-level impact-Examples from Peru and Central AmericaSofia Sprechmann
Among the interesting aspects of this case, you will see, concretely, what it took to successfully scale up interventions and achieve much greater impacts than a typical CARE ‘project’ could ever hope to achieve.
English2007
Vibrant Water Sector.pdf Vibrant Water SectorMaliha Khan
Overview of the changes that the Water Unit has undertaken over the past several years to create a global water program in CARE that exemplifies many of the defining characteristics of a program.
USAEnglish2008
What's Innovative.pdf What's InnovativeSRH Team
A four-page summary about "innovation" as it relates to the overall goal of CARE's Sexual and Reproductive Health Program.
English2006
Women's Empowerment Report.pdf Women's Empowerment ReportCARE USA
Through our inquiry, CARE developed a theory and framework of women’s empowerment and devoted substantial organizational resources to implementing our approach in 24 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
CARE USAEnglish2010
Women's Empowerment USG Policy.pdf Women's Empowerment USG PolicyCARE USA
CARE provides timely, in-depth information and recommendations to help U.S. policymakers make informed investments and create effective initiatives to help women and girls achieve their full potential.
USAEnglish2010