Implementers

Updated List of Care Group Projects (February 2014)

CURRENT AND COMPLETED USAID CHILD SURVIVAL AND HEALTH GRANTS PROJECTS THAT HAVE USED CARE GROUPS (10 organizations):

1. American Red Cross

  • Cambodia

2. Concern Worldwide

  • Rwanda  EIP (in association with WR and IRC)
  • Burundi (Mabayi Child Survival Program, 2008-)
  • Niger

3. Curamericas

  • Guatemala (2012-2016)
  • Liberia

4. Food for the Hungry

  •  Mozambique Expanded Impact (2005-2010)

5. Future Generations

  • Peru (FY10-FY14)

6. GOAL

  • Ethiopia’s (SNNPR)

7. International Aid

  • Philippines (ended early)

8. Medical Teams International

  • Liberia
  • Guatemala

9. PLAN

  • Kenya

10. World Relief

  • Mozambique x 3 (Vurhonga 1 and 2 and expanded impact project ended 9/30/09)
  • Malawi x 2 (Tiweko Tose, 2000-2004 and Tube Poka, 2006-2009);
  • Cambodia x 3 (Light for Life 1, 1998-2002 and Light for Life Cost Extension, 2002-2007, and USAID Mission funded project in partnership with ADRA that ended this year)
  • Rwanda (Umucyo, 2001-2006)
  • Burundi CSP (2007-2012)
  • Mozambique x 2 (TB Project & Mozambique SCIP – an integrated project funded by USAID Mission with Pathfinder as the lead that will have CG component implemented by WR)

FOOD SECURITY AND OTHER NON-CSHGP PROJECTS BY CORE GROUP MEMBERS USING CGs, CURRENT AND PAST (18 organizations):

1. ACDI/VOCA

  • Bangladesh (Title II MYAP, 2010-2015)
  • Burkina Faso (Title II MYAP, 2011-2016)
  • Haiti (Title II MYAP, 2008-2012)
  • Liberia (Title II MYAP, 2010-2015)
  • Sierra Leone (Title II MYAP, 2010-2015)

2. ADRA

  • DRC project
  • Uganda project, MYAP funded
  • Mozambique

3. Africare:

  • Senegal

4. Catholic Relief Services

5. Concern Worldwide:

  • Project in Niger

6. Feed the Children

7. Food for the Hungry:

  • Mozambique, Title II health/nutrition component (ended)
  • DRC (Title II funded MYAP, 8/01/2008- 7/31/2011, FFP-A-00-08-00072-00, and new one starting 2011)
  • Ethiopia (Title II funded MYAP, 8/1/2008-7/31/2011, FFP-A-00-08-00082-00, and new one starting 2011)
  • Mozambique (Title II funded MYAP, 8/1/2008-7/31/2011) FFP-A-00-08-00086
  • Bolivia WASH Study/Project (privately funded, comparing water filters to filter + Care Groups, Care Groups alone, and controls; Aug 09 – Aug 2010)
  • Uganda (privately funded)
  • Guatemala (privately funded)

8. International Aid

  • Indonesia (Nias Island and an urban poor area in Jakarta)

9. International Medical Corps

  • Burundi Title II funded PM2A MYAP (July 2009 – June 2014; sub to CRS)
  • Burundi Title II funded MYAP, Kayanza, Kirundo and Muyinga provinces (2010-?)
  • Chad (ECHO funding)
  • Ethiopia USAID Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) project
  • Kenya OFDA funded project
  • South Sudan USAID/OFDA funded program (May 2011 – May 2012)
  • Sierra Leone Title II funded MYAP (June 2010 – June 2015; sub to ACDI/VOCA)
  • Uganda (ended 2010)

10. Living Water International

  • Nicaragua (WASH project, 2012-)

11. Medair

  • Somalia; OFDA, ECO and other donor supported Care Group project(2011-)

12. Medical Teams International (MTI)

  • MTI, Nias Selatan Community Health Project” in northern Sumatra, Indonesia, 2008-2012
  • Chamelco Community Health Project, in the Department of Cobán, Guatemala, 2011-2014.

13. Project Concern International (PCI)

  • Liberian Agriculture  Upgrading, Nutrition and Child Health (LAUNCH), sub to ACDI-VOCA, Liberia, 2010-2014.
  • Program for Strengthening Household Access to Resources (PROSHAR), subt to ACDI-VOCA, Bangladesh, 2010-2014.
  • Wellness and Agriculture for Life Advancement (WALA), sub to CRS, Malawi, 2009-2014.

14. Samaritan’s Purse:

  • Uganda, funded by DFID

15.  Salvation Army World Service Office

  • Zambia

16. World Renew

  • Malawi MCH MUSKOKA project, funded by  CIDA

17.World Relief

  • Indonesia

18. World Vision

  • Title II project in Rwanda.  (ADRA as sub.)

Organizations using Care Groups (27):

  1. ACDI/VOCA
  2. ADRA
  3. Africare
  4. American Red Cross
  5. CARE
  6. Concern Worldwide
  7. Catholic Relief Services
  8. Curamericas
  9. Emmanuel International
  10. Feed the Children
  11. Food for the Hungry
  12. Future Generations
  13. GOAL
  14. International Aid
  15. International Medical Corps
  16. International Rescue Committee
  17. Living Water International
  18. Medair
  19. Medical Teams International
  20. Pathfinder
  21. PLAN
  22. Project Concern International
  23. Salvation Army World Service
  24. Save the Children
  25. World Renew
  26. World Relief
  27. World Vision

Countries Using Care Groups (23):

  1. Bangladesh
  2. Bolivia
  3. Burkina Faso
  4. Burundi
  5. Cambodia
  6. DRC
  7. Ethiopia
  8. Guatemala
  9. Haiti
  10. Indonesia
  11. Kenya
  12. Liberia
  13. Malawi
  14. Mozambique
  15. Nicaragua
  16. Niger
  17. Peru
  18. Philippines
  19. Rwanda
  20. Senegal
  21. Sierra Leone
  22. Somalia
  23. Zambia

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