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Over the last 10 years Cartier Philanthropy has worked with partner organisations to foster gender equality and give girls and women access to the opportunities they deserve.
Here's a brief overview of how we, with our partners, are making a difference for girls and women across the globe, from pre-school to university.
What has BRAC learned in the 20 years since pioneering the Graduation "out of poverty" approach?
Could involving men in women’s empowerment programmes increase their impact?
How Medair and Médecins Sans Frontières are providing desperately needed humanitarian assistance to refugees and internally displaced people.
From promise to progress, Cartier Philanthropy is celebrating a decade of effective philanthropy focused on building stronger societies through collective impact.
With the Taliban takeover, the situation for the Afghan population continues to deteriorate. As winter approaches, rural communities will soon be isolated.
Room to Read began 2020 with the promise of the celebration of its 20th anniversary year. Then the pandemic struck.
COVID-19 was a stress test at all levels. It hit us as individuals, societies and organisations
To respond to the devastating wave of COVID-19 outbreak that is ravaging India, we are stepping up our support to the emergency response of two long-standing partners.
We recently partnered with Le Monde Afrique to publish a series of news features, “Allez les filles!” that put girls’ education centre stage.
More than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, the sprint to respond to the global health crisis has turned into a marathon.
If we want to dismantle the architecture of inequality and discrimination, we need to address its multiple layers, supporting women and girls in their fight to gain the places that are theirs by rights.
Root Capital is pioneering how to bridge the gap between climate science and farm-level action, bringing climate-smart strategies into the daily practice of growing food crops successfully.
Our new series #Driven by Data will explore how data analytics is helping fix some of the world’s most pressing issues, improving the way development actors identify problems and design tailor-made interventions to address them.
School-based healthcare is helping girls stay in education and authorities in Zambia fight COVID-19.
Machine learning uses data, usually in large quantities, and statistical algorithms to predict something that isn’t known.
Medair was the first organisation to deploy Geographic Information System technology to map refugee settlement locations in Lebanon, enabling timely coordination of on-the-ground assistance across various aid agencies.
Data science can significantly increase the impact of development programmes simply by optimising them.