Addressing poverty through disaster response, food & nutrition, health, and education & work, CARE seeks to provide support for vulnerable communities. For the past 75 years, CARE has worked tirelessly to offer guidance and support in the hope of alleviating the stresses of poverty.
With more than seven decades of experience in delivering emergency aid and fighting global poverty, CARE is committed to bettering the communities that find themselves in times of crisis. With a strong focus on serving women and girls, CARE has assisted over 122 million people in 84 countries.
At the 2020 Annual Summit, CARE will unveil new research that shows women’s experiences and priorities in their own voices across 40 countries, as well as their priorities for responding to COVID-19, bringing to light the intersection of COVID-19 and gender as it pertains to every step of response and recovery.