Models & Approaches

Some key Models and Approaches promoted by CARE Tanzania

CARE Tanzania works under various approaches to promote sustainable Agriculture, Climate change, Gender equality and Governance. These Approaches are well explained as follows:

CARE Tanzania Approaches

Farmers' Field and Business Schools (FFBS)

It is proven that tis participatory model enhance women's equitable participation in agriculture by getting them the resources, support, and information they need to invest in their farms, business, families and communities

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Participatory Scenario Planning

This approach enable local stakeholders including women and different vulnerable groups to have better access to seasonal climate forecast from meteorological services and local forecasting experts

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Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA)

This has proven to be an effective way to increase women's control over assets and bring women into the realm of financial inclusion and have been proven to accelerate their economic empowerments

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Engaging Men and Boys

CARE work with men and boys as clients, partners, and allies. We seek to involve men and boys as part of the solution to gender inequality. We need to address men as allies who benefit from improved gender relations, not only a target group.

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Climate Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment (CVCA)

The Climate Vulnerability and Capacity Analysis (CVCA) is a CARE tool used to gather and analyse information on community-level vulnerabilities to and capacities for climate change. It informs the identification of actions, at the community level or more broadly, that support communities in increasing their resilience to climate change.

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Social Analysis and Action tool

CARE’s signature approach to gender norm transformation and is a facilitated process through which individuals explore and challenge the social norms, beliefs, and practices that shape their lives and health. Unique and central to SAA is that the process of critical reflection and dialogue begins with CARE staff, encouraging them to reflect on their own biases and beliefs and how they affect their work, and to make them more comfortable discussing sensitive issues with others.

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Community Score Card

This is a governance tool that improves participation, participation, decision making, transparency and accountability

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Strengthening Opportunities for Adolescent Resilience, (SOAR)

Seeks to empower adolescent girls who have never attended school, or who dropped out in early grades, to make positive life choices. CARE’s integrated accelerated education on learning model, is designed to enable out‐of‐school adolescents, particularly girls, to acquire key academic and life skills. After only 11 months, girls who complete the program can transition into formal school or use their new skills for employment.

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Gender Equality

This Approach is envisioning on the equal value of every human being and the importance of respecting and honoring everyone.