| ||Being Ready - A Guide to the Emergency Preparedness Planning Process - Summary|
Summary version of Being Ready Guide.
|CARE USA - EHAU||2005||198 KB|
| ||Being Ready - A Guide to the Emergency Preparedness Planning Process|
Responding to disasters, mitigating risks and helping vulnerable communities become more prepared and more resilient to the effects of disasters are vital components of CARE’s humanitarian efforts.
|CARE USA EHAU||2005||205 KB|
| ||CARE USA Program Related Investments Policy - Guidelines|
Guidelines to accompany the CARE USA Program Related Investments Policy.
|CARE USA||2006||127 KB|
| ||DME Capacity Assessment Tool|
The DME Capacity Assessment tool was developed by the Impact Evaluation Initiative Working Group as part of the impact guidelines and is based on the impact evaluation checklist in the guidelines
| ||HIV-AIDS in the Workplace|
An 11-page document that summarizes some of the themes and discussions of a workshop facilitated by CARE's Southern and Westerna Africa Unit (SWARMU) on HIV/AIDS in the workplace.
| ||Management Assessment for Country Offices (MACO)|
MACO is a management assessment tool covering 15 management areas for use by COs and other levels of management in CARE.
|CARE USA||2002||821 KB|
| ||Profound Database Summary Form|
The project summary and design review form and approval is CARE USA's form for approving new projects through the Regional Management Units.
|CARE USA||2005||82 KB|
| ||PSMI (English)|
The Program Standard Measurement Instrument was developed to assist with measuring the degree of compliance with the CI project standards at the design or proposal phase but could also be used as a peer review, during a mid-term or final evaluation.
| ||PSMI (Spanish)|
The PSMI was developed to assist with measuring the degree of compliance with the CI project standards at the design or proposal phase but could also be used as a peer review, during a mid-term or final evaluation.
|CARE USA||2003||194 KB|
| ||Reporting Sexual Assault, A Guide for Journalists|
Although statistics and issue background are written from a US perspective, this guide offers useful guidance on ethical reporting on sexual violence and interviewing survivors.
|Michigan Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence||2004||404 KB|