Quartely Update: Multiplying Impact on World Environment Day

Welcome to the CARE Quarterly Post, landing in your inbox on World Environment Day. As an organisation that builds climate resilient communities and ensures small-scale farmers increase agriculture productivity while sustainably managing natural resources, our work is intrinsically linked with the environment.

This years' World Environment Day theme - Connecting People to Nature - focuses on populations better connecting with the environment. For us, this theme also stresses the importance of supporting those whose livelihoods depend on nature, to be able to adapt to a rapidly changing climate.

In this edition, we're proud to introduce our new programmes, which build on best practice models to multiply the impact of our interventions to support women and rural communities that depend on the environment. Key partnerships are critical to achieving this, including our alliance with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), role within ACSAA, re-launch of the CSO Gender Forum and engagement with the Ministry of Agriculture on our Food and Nutrition Policy Review.

Finally, I would like to announce that my successor, Waleed Rauf, will be in post from 1 July. I am sure that he will enjoy meeting and working with partners, stakeholders, friends and the team as much as I have to advance gender equality and sustainable agriculture in Tanzania. We will reach out to you for formal introductions of Waleed.

With thanks,
Paul Daniels

Welcome to the CARE Quarterly Post, landing in your inbox on World Environment Day. As an organisation that builds climate resilient communities and ensures small-scale farmers increase agriculture productivity while sustainably managing natural resources, our work is intrinsically linked with the environment.

This years' World Environment Day theme - Connecting People to Nature - focuses on populations better connecting with the environment. For us, this theme also stresses the importance of supporting those whose livelihoods depend on nature, to be able to adapt to a rapidly changing climate.

In this edition, we're proud to introduce our new programmes, which build on best practice models to multiply the impact of our interventions to support women and rural communities that depend on the environment. Key partnerships are critical to achieving this, including our alliance with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), role within ACSAA, re-launch of the CSO Gender Forum and engagement with the Ministry of Agriculture on our Food and Nutrition Policy Review.

Finally, I would like to announce that my successor, Waleed Rauf, will be in post from 1 July. I am sure that he will enjoy meeting and working with partners, stakeholders, friends and the team as much as I have to advance gender equality and sustainable agriculture in Tanzania. We will reach out to you for formal introductions of Waleed. 

With thanks,
Paul Daniels