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  • 1. CAREHUMAN VALUES ANDETHICS
  • 2. PRESENTATIONPREPARED BY :-Jaspinder Singh SidhuSUBMITTED TO :-sir
  • 3. CARECARE – Cooperative for assistance and relief everywhere isa major international humanitarian agency .1945 :- largest and oldest humanitarian aid organisationsfocused on fighting global poverty.Reach :-84 countries ,supporting 1015 poverty fightingprojects and reaching over 122 million people.
  • 4. CARE’S ProgrammesEmergency responseFood securityWater and sanitationEconomic developmentSafe guard women rightsClimate changeAgricultureEducationHealth
  • 5. CARE national membersAustraliaCanadaDenmarkDeutschlandFranceJapanNetherlandsNorgeOsterreichThailandUKUSAAFFILIATE MEMBERS:-CARE IndiaCARE Peru
  • 6. History1945 -1949 :- origins and the CARE packageCARE ;- cooperative for American remittances toEurope was founded on november 27,1945.CARE was founded by a consortium of 22American charities with the purpose of deliveringfood aid to Europe .CARE’s food aid took the form of packages.
  • 7. Ten-in-one packageFirst care packages were delivered in Le Havre,France .These packages consists of staples such as cannedmeats, powdered milk, dried fruits, fats,chocolate ,coffee and cigarettes.By early 1947 the supply of ten-in-one ration packshad been exhausted .
  • 8. CARE Package
  • 9. New packagesKosher packages England included tea rather than coffeePackages for Italy :- Included Pasta.By 1949 CARE offered and shipped more thantwelve distinct packages.
  • 10. 1949-1956Transition out of EuropeNon-European mission in Japan, China ,Korea,Philippines, India ,Pakistan and Mexico.In 1949 also marked CARE first expansion into non-foodaid with the development of ‘self-help’ packagescontaining tools for farming , carpentry and other trades.Due to this they changed there name to everywhere.In 1956 ,the distribution of food to refugees of thehungarian revolution of 1956 and thus the would beamong the last of CARE’s operation in Europe.
  • 11. 1957-1975Transition into broader development workIn 1961 CARE became involved with presidentJohn f.Kenneddy’s establishment of the peacecorps.CARE was charged with selecting and training thefirst group of volunteers who would later bedeployed to development projects in columbia.It continues until CARE-Peace corps joint projectsended in 1967.
  • 12. MERGER WITH MEDICO :-In 1962 CARE merged with and absorbed themedical aid organisation ,MEDICO.During this transition the original CARE Packagewas phased out.The last package was delivered in1967 and the last tools package in 1968.In 1967 also marked CARE’s first partnershipagreement with a government for theconstruction of schools in Honduras.
  • 13. NUTRITION CENTRES AND SCHOOLS:-Nutrition centres in particular would become one ofCARE’s main area of concentration, linking with schoolfeeding programs and nutrition education aimed at newmothers.In 1975 CARE implemented a multi-year planningsystem.In 1977 project ex for the construction of over 200 pre-schools and kindergartens throughout chile over severalyears, jointly funded by CARE and the Chilean Ministryof education.
  • 14. 1975-1990CARE to CARE InternationalIn 1976 CARE Europe was established in bonnfollowing the success fund raising campaign ‘ DankAn CARE ‘In 1981 CARE Germany was created and CAREEurope moved its headquarters to Paris.CARE Norway ,Italy and UK had been created in1980.
  • 15. UMBRELLA ORGANISATIONIn 1979 planning began for the establishment of an umbrellaorganisation to coordinate and prevent duplication among thevarious national CARE organisations.This new body was named CARE international on jan 29,1982.In 1983, CARE FranceIn 1985 , international UKIn 1986, CARE AustriaIn 1987 , CARE Australia, Denmark and Japan
  • 16. 1990 today –Recent historyIt focused particularly on agro-forestry initiatives such asreforestation, soil conservation in eastern Africa and SouthAmerica.CARE also responds to a number of major emergenciesduring this period, notably the 1983-1985 famine inEthiopia and 1991-1992 famine in Somalia.1990 also saw an evolution in CARE’s approach to poverty. It also adopted a household livelihood security frameworkwhich included a multidimensional view of poverty .
  • 17. 1990’s –cooperative microfinanceCARE also developed an important model for cooperativemicrofinance.This model is called the village savings and loansassociations.VSLAs involve groups of about 15-30 people who regularlysave and borrow using a group fund. Member savings create capital that can be used for shortterm loans and capital and interest is shared among thegroup.
  • 18. 2000’sCARE expanded the confederation to twelve members inthe early 2000’s with care Netherlands joining in 2001 andCARE Thailand joining in 2003, becoming the first CARENational member in a developing country.CARE well – known “ I am Powerful ” campaign launchedin the USA in sep 2006 and was intended to bring publicattention to the organisation’s long standing focus onwomen’s empowerment.In 2011 CARE added its first affiliate Member, CARE Indiaand in 2012 the CI board accepted CARE Peru .
  • 19. Programming Focuses:-Gender an women empowermentEmergency responseFood securityHealthClimate changeEducationWater, sanitation and hygieneEconomic development
  • 20. Networks and PartnershipsThe emergency capacity building project.The consortium of British Humanitarian Agencies. ALNAPSHCRICVA
  • 21. CARE INDIACARE has been working in india for over 60 years, focusingon ending poverty and social injustice.They do this through well-planned and comprehensiveprogrammes in health, education, livelihoods and disasterpreparedness and response.Their overall goal is the empowerment of women and girlsfrom poor and marginalised communities leading toimprovement in their lives and livelihoods.
  • 22. Presence in India 16 states and UT 200 districts with :- poor marginalised communities, caste-discriminated populations, tribal people, migrant workers and women and girls .
  • 23. Board Members Dr. Nachiket Mor { Chairman } Ashok Alexander Vinita Bali [ MD of britannia indus.] Namrata Kaul Mattew Cherian { C exe.of helpage ind.] Gautam Chilermane [ journalist] Chandra Iyengar [ IAS officer ]
  • 24. DONATIONS AND SUPPORT FROM SOCIETYAnyone can provide any amount to the CAREThrough online Through account deposit Through postal
  • 25. Assumptions by CARE IndiaTo provide quality education to girls fromdisadvantaged family:-Rs 6000 for 2 girls Rs 3000 for 1 girlTo provide a survival kit to a vulnerable familyduring disaster:-Rs 5000 for 2 families Rs 2400 for 1 family
  • 26. PROGRAMMESGirls’ education programme ( GEP )location :UP, Bihar , Gujarat, Orissa & Chattisgarh Formal primary schools Alternative schools and approaches to education Udaan Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas ( KGBV) Early Chilhood Care and Education Power within
  • 27. Disaster responseAndhra Pradesh Flood Recovery ProjectThe overall goal of the project is rehabilitation of theflood affected families in the two worst affecteddistricts of Mehbubnagar and Kurnool.PURPOSE :-The purpose of the project is to restore the destroyedhouses and livelihoods of the affected families
  • 28. LIVELIHOODSInsure lives and livelihoods ( ILAL )Cashew value chainLivelihood improvement for economic securityBanking on changeUrban microfinance
  • 29. Balasahyoga location :- ANDHRA PRADESHCorporate social responsibility ( Dalmiya project )location :- TAMIL NADUKutch livelihood education advancement projectlocation :- GujaratPromoting Animal health in Orissa
  • 30. HEALTH PROGRAMMESSAKSHAM location :- Andhra PradeshAXSHYA location :- Madhya PradeshBihar family Health InitiativesBihar health sector reforms ( SWASTH)Orissa health sector plan and technical mgt
  • 31. Gaon kalyan Samithi ( GKS )Sure start location:- UPUrban health initiative ( UHI) UPCommunity health care management inititativelocation :- West BengalMP tribal project –SEHAT