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© 2005, CARE USA. All rights reserved. PARIS PROGRAM APPROCH At CARE Bangladesh
© 2005, CARE USA. All rights reserved. LRSP 2007-2011 Amplify voices of the poor and marginalized Global experience; knowledge; purposeful relationships; influence public opinion, development practice and policy “Exponential increase in impact in the lives of the poorest and most marginalized” “More legitimate in the eyes of local civil society” “More influential in addressing the underlying causes of poverty”
© 2005, CARE USA. All rights reserved. People Centred Programming Impact Groups People and community vulnerable and prone to disaster and climate change Most socially, politically and economically marginalised women and girls Extremely poor people in rural areas especially those trapped in a set of unequal power relations Most marginalizded population in urban areas
© 2005, CARE USA. All rights reserved. Most Marginalized Women EP people in Rural Areas People & comms affected by disaster & environmental change Most marginalized in urban areas Women are at the centre of our Impact Groups
© 2005, CARE USA. All rights reserved. + Reduced exploitation and dependence on others X = Extremely poor people in rural areas, especially those trapped in a set of unequal power relations, sustainably overcome the barriers that prevent the fulfillment of their rights Key Approaches and Strategies Social mobilization and empowerment (solidarity building) Economic empowerment (diversification of livelihood opportunities, linking to markets and skills building) Strengthening governance structures and processes Development of human capabilities (education, health, IGA skills etc) Facilitating access to khas land, water bodies, health and appropriate financial services Advocating for policy and institutional support in collaboration with other actors Building on the strength and resilience of people Theory/Domains of Change Impact Vision Better access to and use of resources & services Spaces for poorest to participate in local gov. and development processes Programming Framework Extremely Poor People in Rural Areas
© 2005, CARE USA. All rights reserved. Eight work streams for the shift to program approach.. A. Defining and conceptualizing impact statements B. Developing and using impact measurement and learning systems and standards C. Operationalizing a program approach on the ground D. Review of organizational systems and practices to enable the shift H. Change communication F. Developing purposeful relationships G. Shifting our identity (internal and external) E. Resourcing strategies – transition and medium term
© 2005, CARE USA. All rights reserved. Challenges to Program Shift Change in mind set (not doing business as before) :partners Social change (the journey) is complicated Managing internal expectation (change takes time) Communicating change and building shared understanding across all levels of staff Promoting learning culture and learning from partners
© 2005, CARE USA. All rights reserved. Additional Challenges Aligning with government and donors priorities Integration between program and program support Resource management, eg staff talent, money Impact: measuring, contribution, attribution
© 2005, CARE USA. All rights reserved. Conceptual clarity: UCP, context, gender and power analysis 4 long term programs with specific impact groups Country office level impact measurement and learning system Program design guideline (go/no go decision) 18 months programming: successful pipeline building P-Shift: Progress ongoing
© 2005, CARE USA. All rights reserved. Key factors behind the success Getting right people on the bus Identifying key areas of improvement (work streams) Promoting supportive behaviors Dedicated staff and enthusiasm (positive energy) Quality staff and diversity of expertise Being more strategic in geography selection and long-term investment External commitment and support: ARMU, CARE USA, Other learning labs, CI members
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