We have set ambitious targets in our 2030 Vision. With our partners, we want to influence long-lasting change to policies, programmes and budgets of governments and other key decision-makers.
How can Business with CARE help you?
Get the best of CARE’s expertise in thought leadership, advocating for change, storytelling and high-profile media coverage through targeted communications and brand awareness.
We support your corporate advocacy and communication strategies. We have particular expertise in gender equality, climate resilience and people first futures.
We leverage CARE’s global and local expertise on communications, advocacy and influencing to help our business partners achieve greater social and environmental impact and progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals. This helps to ensure lasting, positive impact in the environment and local communities. Examples of our influencing and advocacy successes include:
- Embedding savings group approaches into national policies and programmes.
- Supporting national and global advocacy efforts around the adoption of ILO 190 on the prevention of sexual harassment and violence at work.
- Global advocacy on gender-just recovery from Covid-19.
Our services include:
- Advisory, bespoke messaging and advocacy to address sectoral issues on gender, climate justice and or economic livelihoods.
- Positioning your advocacy and policy messaging around a specific area (eg gender-based violence, gender equality, climate change).
- Targeted advocacy strategies to address relevant issues to your business (policy papers, reports, case studies and social media/press).
- Partnering opportunities for campaigns to highlight brand awareness with government stakeholders and the public.
- Targeted communications for new audiences – high quality stories, toolkits, photos and multimedia content.
- Developing robust communications drawing from CARE’s poverty-fighting work and frontline experiences from project participants.
- Opportunities to raise funds to improve the lives of the most vulnerable and marginalised.