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Monday, August 13

  1. page home edited ... Have you always wanted to know how you link with other practitioners in CARE who are doing sim…
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    Have you always wanted to know how you link with other practitioners in CARE who are doing similar work on gender? Do you want to know how to access technical assistance? Are you having trouble finding gender guidance and tools? Do you orient new staff to CARE? Then you will find the new Gender Orientation Pack really helpful to answer these questions and point you or colleagues in the right direction. This pack is designed for new and existing staff to link to critical program frameworks, tools and guidance on gender; outlines the gender networks at CARE and explains how to access technical support.
    {CARE Gender Orientation Pack 18-2.pdf}
    {GE Orientation Pack 18_Spanish.pdf}
    {CARE Gender Orientation Pack 18_French.pdf}

    Gender Equality Training Resources
    Are you planing a gender equality training workshop? Don't reinvent the wheel, build on one of the many CARE gender equality training resources already developed. We've got manuals introducing basic gender concepts, discussing gender in emergencies and CARE's approach to gender work, and touching on so many more topics. The results of the CIGN Capacity Building Resource Scan show what types of resources are available, and what CARE member or Country Office to contact for them. These resources were kindly shared by a variety of CARE offices in response to the call for gender equality training material below. The spreadsheet outlining available resources is a result of some of the CIGN's analysis of those resources.
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Friday, July 13

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Wednesday, July 11

  1. page CARE Gender Marker new improved version! (June 2016) edited ... {CARE Gender Marker Guidance.pdf} {CARE Gender Marker Concept Note.pdf} {CARE Gender Marker…
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    {CARE Gender Marker Guidance.pdf} {CARE Gender Marker Concept Note.pdf}
    {CARE Gender Marker FAQ.docx} {CARE_Gender Marker_External Comms.pdf}
    {CARE_Gender_Marker_Vetting Form.pdf} {CARE Gender Marker 2018.pptx}
    Using the Gender Marker in CARE
    Find out about how different parts of CARE are using the Gender Marker in the Learning Paper
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Tuesday, July 3

  1. page CARE GBV Strategy edited ... LFFV Strategic Focus: 2018-2020 {LFFV Strategic Focus - FINAL.pdf} 3-page summary of CARE's …
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    LFFV Strategic Focus: 2018-2020 {LFFV Strategic Focus - FINAL.pdf}
    3-page summary of CARE's focus over the next three years in its work on the right to a Life Free From Violence (LFFV): ‘Tackling patriarchal social norms to prevent domestic violence in development and humanitarian contexts.’ This focus will be achieved through direct programming and mainstreaming prevention of domestic violence across all sectors of CARE’s programming as relevant.
    GBV in Emergencies (2018) {CARE GBViE Approach FINAL.pdf}
    2-page outline of CARE's approach to GBV in emergencies, including CARE's 4 main intervention models: Safe spaces for women and girls; Sexual and Reproductive Health services; Working with communities on patriarchal norms and root causes; and Engaging Men and Boys.

    CARE GBV Strategy Presentation Slides, Nov 2015 {GBV Strategy Slides (16 days webex).pdf}
    Presentation slides used in the global launch of the CARE GBV Strategy. [recorded explanation/introduction to the strategy slated to come in early 2016]
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Monday, July 2

  1. page CARE GBV Strategy edited ... Defining a Life Free From Violence - May 2017 {Defining A Life Free From Violence - May 2017.p…
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    Defining a Life Free From Violence - May 2017 {Defining A Life Free From Violence - May 2017.pdf}
    1-page summary of plans for the implementation of CARE's strategy promoting the right to a Life Free From Violence, within the CARE 2020 Program Strategy, coordinated by Chrysalis (Sri Lanka).
    LFFV Strategic Focus: 2018-2020 {LFFV Strategic Focus - FINAL.pdf}
    3-page summary of CARE's focus over the next three years in its work on the right to a Life Free From Violence (LFFV): ‘Tackling patriarchal social norms to prevent domestic violence in development and humanitarian contexts.’ This focus will be achieved through direct programming and mainstreaming prevention of domestic violence across all sectors of CARE’s programming as relevant.

    CARE GBV Strategy Presentation Slides, Nov 2015 {GBV Strategy Slides (16 days webex).pdf}
    Presentation slides used in the global launch of the CARE GBV Strategy. [recorded explanation/introduction to the strategy slated to come in early 2016]
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