Strive Women will focus on women as it aims to reach 6 million entrepreneurs in key regions, including APEC economies of Peru and Vietnam.
Addressing the burden of unpaid care work boosting ethnic minority women’s participation in paid economic activities
CARE International in Vietnam together with the Embassy of Canada to Vietnam, AWEEV project management bodies from Ha Giang and Lai Chau, co-hosts a sharing event on achievements and lessons learnt of the project in tackling the burden of unpaid care and domestic work (UCDW) in minority ethnic households.
New research by development organization CARE has revealed how ingrained gender norms are, who is enforcing them and how they are preventing women entrepreneurs from reaching their goals. Revealingly, it is not just men who are piling expectations on women – it is also women themselves and their female family members.
Cargill and CARE International partner to improve sustainable agriculture for rural communities in Dak Lak
On November 8, 2022, Cargill and CARE International signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for a two-year program, ‘She Thrives’. ‘She Thrives’ aims to improve livelihoods among rural smallholders, particularly women and ethnic minorities from Dak Lak province in Vietnam by connecting farmers and producers to the tools and resources they need to enhance their livelihoods sustainably.
More than 11,000 ethnic minority women supported to develop livelihood through the “Reach to Excel” project
Hanoi, October 17, 2022 ‐ With the support of P&G Group, a pioneer in promoting Diversity, Equality and Inclusion in Vietnam over the years, through CARE International in Vietnam and the Central Committee of the Vietnam Women’s Union, after four years of implementation in 18 provinces in the country, the project “Reach to Excel: Promoting Financial Inclusion for Ethnic Minority Women” has supported the development of more than 500 self‐managed village credit savings groups (VSLA) with more than 11,000 women participating in savings mobilisation and small‐scale lending. The VSLA model effectively supports women and families in livelihood development activities, contributing to ensuring households’ financial security.