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We contribute to the construction of resilient communities!

The Climate Justice and Risk Management program is CARE’s strategic line of action to provide sustainability and resilience to people and communities when facing climate change and other risks.

With its implementation, it is expected that by 2030, vulnerable communities —with special emphasis on women, girls, and the young population— will achieve a greater resilience when facing climate change and various other threats that represent risks to the sustainability of their environments and means of subsistence.

Our strategic

work pillars

Adapting to
climate change

Building
resilience

Mitigating and reducing disaster risks

Action and humanitarian responses

Gender in
emergencies

Water+

Water + To improve the quality of life of the vulnerable population by enhancing the management of water resources, and the potable water and sanitation

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Quaker Qares

Contributing to the recovery of children with malnutrition. Guatemala has the largest and most dynamic economy in Central America. However, it is among the 5

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Cultivating the Future

Cultivating the Future To contribute to the prevention and nutritional recovery of children through family gardens This project will be linked to and built on

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