Who we work with
We believe that every business has critical touchpoints that can be leveraged to impact lives. The breadth of the core business of our partners, the issues we work together on, and the diverse locations where our activities are centred, demonstrate CARE’s commitment to working with a variety of corporations in ethical and responsible ways that generate both social and business returns on investment.
Who we work with
CARE International has been working in partnership with GSK since 2010 as part of their frontline health worker programme across Asia and Africa, increasing access to health amongst marginalised communities.
Through the Cocoa Life programme, CARE and Mondelez work in partnership to create thriving cocoa farming communities, supporting the whole community in order to make cocoa production a sustainable livelihood for farmers.
Together we are committed to delivering transformational change throughout the Diageo value chain to empower women and engage men to address the root causes of gender inequality and gender-based violence.
Vulnerable Supply Chains Facility
CARE International UK, CARE Bangladesh, and Marks + Spencer are strengthening community and garment factory health and gender-based violence systems in response to the COVID-19 crisis in Bangladesh.
CARE and IHG address disaster response and resilience in communities around the world while exploring new opportunities to expand women’s empowerment in key value chains.
CARE and Hogan Lovells have been working together to contribute to the design and implementation of GBV prevention programmes in humanitarian contexts.
Better Cotton Initiative
CARE International UK works with the Better Cotton Initiative to address gender inequality in the cotton value chain.
Our partnership with Twinings is supporting 8,200 workers and smallholder farmers on tea estates in Sri Lanka and Malawi, via CARE’s Community Development Forum model.
CARE’s multifaceted collaboration with Unilever includes addressing women’s economic empowerment and gender-based violence, as well as partnerships focused on hygiene and behaviour change in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in vulnerable and hard-hit countries.