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What PIIRS is and the annual data collection processes

The Project and Program Information and Impact Reporting System (PIIRS) is a CI-wide single platform for collecting, accessing and reporting relevant information about our work. It holds annual data on the reach and impact of CARE’s projects and initiatives around the world since FY12, which allows us to:

  • Inform the public, donors, staff and others, on the breadth and depth of CARE’s work;
  • Allow CARE staff to obtain and summarize data, for multiple uses inside and outside the organization; and
  • Motivate the improvement of quality in our information and our MEL practices, globally.
  • Assess progress against the priorities and commitments of the CARE2020 Program Strategy.

There essence of PIIRS is the collection, access and reporting of staff, REACH and IMPACT/OUTCOMES data via The PIIRS forms. These forms define the core content of PIIRS and allow for the harmonized collection of data for telling different stories from our work. For instance:

  • The countries where CARE works and the composition of CARE's staff around the world.
  • The direct and indirect participants reached by CARE in different parts of the world or in the multiple outcomes/themes/sectors that it addresses.
  • The extent to which CARE incorporates its approach and roles in programming: gender equality, inclusive governance, resilience, innovation, strategic alliances for scale-up of successful models, etc.
  • The lasting changes that CARE and its partners are contributing to, in the life of women, men, boys and girls, both quantitatively and qualitatively

PIIRS data

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