CARE FFS Guidelines
This guide to Farmer Field Schools in Conservation Agriculture was developed with input from Mozambique, Sierra Leone and Liberia. Though maize is used as the model, the learning and technical concepts used in this document underpin all of CARE's Conservation Agriculture programming.
Tools for Promoting Gender Equitable Programming in Value Chains
The handbook presents a practical process for practitioners on how gender issues can inform the design, implementation, and monitoring of value chain programs.
Summary of the handbook.
The initial report is built on the growing body of empirical evidence that addressing gender issues in value chains can improve program outcomes and that developing value chains and supporting gender equity are mutually supportive goals.
CARE Financial Education Manual
This manual was used to assist PSNP+ project staff and implementing partner organizations conduct training that enhanced skills and competence of beneficiaries to effectively save, budget and manage risks.
IGA Selection, Planning and Management
IGA Selection, Planning and Management is a training course for non-literate participants of CARE’s economic development projects. It has been designed for groups of participants who are interested in starting up / improving on income generating activities (IGAs) by teaching them how to select, plan and manage.
IGA Selection, Planning and Management for Village Agents (Beta)
This version of SPM has been designed for Village Agents – those who have taught members of VSLAs to conduct their savings and lending activities, and are looking to help VSLA members improve their income by improving their IGAs. This is a beta version that has not yet been field-tested. Contact Sybil Chidiac for more info – email@example.com.
CARE VSLA Training Guides
This manual explains the methodology, training and systems needed to implement a VSLA program. We hope that these materials make this exciting methodology available to a broad audience of governments, donors and practitioners who recognize the limitations of formal and semi-formal finance to meet the financial needs of the poor.
Training guide 1 is for Literate Associations
Training guide 2 is for Non-Literate Associations