Partnership is at the core of CARE’s programming: CARE has worked to establish a vast network of community-based, national, and international partners across Zambia with a focus on women-led and women rights organizations. At present, CARE is actively working to build diverse partnerships with community based organizations (CBOs), social movements, national and international NGOs, the private sector, academic and research institutions, the government (distict, provincial, and national level), and the media to promote cooperation and sustainability. Our ultimate goal is that CARE becomes a partner of choice in Zambia for organizations ranging from community based groups and social enterprises to government ministries and international NGOs.
CARE’s deep and long-standing relationships with government and local communities, vast national presence, qualified staff, and diverse portfolio, ensures high quality program implementation and accountability to its donors and partners. CARE is eternally grateful for the continued support of recent donors and partners: Barclays Bank, Children Sentinel Trust Zambia (CSTZ), Comic Relief UK, Dutch Relief Alliance, European Union, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Global Affairs Canada, H&M Foundation, Ipsos Foundation, Latter Day Saints Charities, Margaret Cargill, Mary Jan and Paul Bancroft Foundation, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Community Development and Social Services (MCDSS), Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), Ministry of Local Government (MLG), National Food and Nutrition Commission (NFNC), Positive Action for Children Fund, Programme Against Malnutrition (PAM), Start Small Foundation, United Nations World Food Program (UNWFP), United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF), and USAID.

From 2022-2025 CARE working with its partners in Zambia will reach over five million people through Health & Nutrition, Agriculture & Climate, Education & Empowerment, and Emergency Preparedness & Response programming: