Having worked in Uganda since 1969, CARE International will continue to positively impact the lives of women and girls in the country.
Women’s Economic Justice
200,000 women and girls have more equitable access to and control over economic resources and opportunities.
Right to Food and Nutrition
300,000 people, 60% of them women and girls, increase their fulfilment of the right to adequate food and nutrition.
500,000 poor and marginalized people, 60% of them women and girls, have strengthened their resilience and adaptive capacities to the effects of climate change and are contributing to natural energy transition.
500,000 people of all genders experience greater gender equality (particularly eliminating all forms of GBV and increasing women and girls’ voice and leadership).
Right to Health
500,000 people, 60% of them women and girls, and 50% of them youth, increase the fulfilment of the right
to health, particularly their right to sexual and reproductive health.
CARE International in Uganda provides quality, gender responsive, resilience building and localized humanitarian
assistance to 10% of those affected in major crises, reaching at least 500,000 people by 2025.
100,000 young women and girls have more equitable access to descent work, employment, and entrepreneurship opportunities.