CIL

CARE International in Lao PDR

Mission Statement

CARE works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice.

Program Description

CARE International is a global NGO working to end poverty and achieve social-justice. We rebuild and improve the lives of the most vulnerable groups, especially women and girls who are often the most marginalised individuals in their communities and face unequal access to social and economic rights. In 2024, CARE worked in more than 100 countries around the world, supporting 200 million people from vulnerable communities to fight poverty and social injustice. To date, CARE supported over 52 million participants to promote lasting change in their lives, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals. CARE International in Lao PDR began its operations in 1992 and has worked since then to improve the lives of vulnerable groups in both rural and urban areas, particularly the ethnic minority communities. CARE works in partnership with community members, the government, local civil society organizations, and the private sector. CARE currently implements projects in six provinces: Vientiane Capital, Phongsaly, Luang Namtha, Luangprabang, Champasack, and Sekong. CARE’s “Marginalized Women and Girls” program empowers women and girls to exercise their rights, lead and make decisions, and benefit from socio-economic justice through a thematic focus on women’s health, women’s economic empowerment and women’s resilience and climate change. CARE has extensive experience and expertise in both of these areas and will continue to pursue evidence-based practices to deliver long-lasting solutions effectively and sustainably.

Contact Details

Contact Person:
Maiyu Thao
Country Director:
Keoamphone Souvannaphoum
Address:
Nongsangthor Rd
Nongsangthor Village, Saysettha District,
Vientiane Capital, Lao PDR
P.O.Box: 4328
Phone:
(+856-20) 217 727
Email:
LAO.Info@care.org

General Info

Number of Staff

50 - 100

Average Annual Budget

$12,500,000

In Lao PDR Since

1992

Country of Origin

Lao PDR

Main Programs

Sustainable Production and Ethic Responsible & Women Empowered Coffee Value Chains (SuPER WE Coffee)

Start: 01/03/2022 - End: 28/02/2026

The project has developed and adopted more resource-efficient, gender inclusive and climate change resilient production in Lao PDR and increase their integration in a greener global value chain as specialty coffee market.

Website: Link | File: SuPER WE Coffee

Green Action through Media, Mass Organization and Civil Society in Laos (GAMCIL)

Start: 01/03/2023 - End: 28/02/2027

The project helps to increase knowledge on the complexities associated with green issues and climate change in rural Laos in particular, improve digital literacy to reduce the risk of ‘’fake news, and improve the ability to utilize social media and other new technologies.

Website: Link | File: GAMCIL

Agro-Climate Information for the Adoption of Resilient Practices by Women and Ethnic Minorlity Farmers (ACIS III)

Start: 01/10/2019 - End: 30/09/2024

The project helps to improve agricultural productivity and diversity, nutrition, food security, the climate change and disaster risk finance in the context of the Insu-resilience; increase climate resilience of women and remote farmers.

Website: Link | File: ACISIII

Empowering Communities through Participatory Climate Actions (WeAct)

Start: 01/01/2023 - End: 31/12/2025

The project is to contribute to strengthened resilience and adaptive capacity of the most vulnerable communities to climate-related hazards in Lao PDR.

Website: Link | File: WeAct project ouline

Khoua Food Security Project (KFSP)

Start: 01/01/2022 - End: 31/12/2024

Food insecure upland ethnic communities have more secure water supply systems and increased own food production and incomes from other sources to better meet their food security needs.

Website: Link | File: KFSP

Women Empowerment for Climate Resilience (WECR)

Start: 01/01/2021 - End: 31/12/2024

The project helps to enhance the adaptation capacity of smallholder famers, particularly ethnic women in adapting to sustainable climate change through the implementation of the Community Adaptation Action Plan (CAAP).

Website: Link | File: WECR

The First 1000 Days of Life

Start: 01/01/2020 - End: 31/12/2023

The project is to improve health and nutrition status among pregnant, breast-feeding women and children age 0-2 through access and use of quality health services and community behaviors and practices.

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Phongsaly
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