We are committed to the dissemination of our work for ongoing learning and development in relation to the issues facing family carers in developing countries.
This page provides an insight into the work we have carried out, the collaborations we have engaged in and the research that we have conducted.
Our recent publications include:
As a small organisation we are delighted to attract positive media attention or have our work promoted by other organisations. Where possible, we will note our inclusion in the list below. If you notice that something is missing, please let us know.
- Alok Sharma, new Secretary of State for International Development, announced the launch of DFID’s Small Charities Challenge Fund and featured Carers Worldwide as an example of a successful project being implemented by a small charity.
- What Charity interviewed Ruth Patil and then published an article drawing parallels between organisations working with carers in the UK and in developing countries.
- Former UK Secretary of State for International Development, Priti Patel, made special mention of Carers Worldwide in an article highlighting the outstanding work carried out by small international charities in late 2017. (Issue 15)
- We were happy to accept an offer from the White Swan Foundation to write a regular column Care to Care published on their website, which is a knowledge hub for mental health in India.
- The Merck KGaA ‘Embracing Carers™’ campaign featured our founder Anil Patil in a short video highlighting the issues facing family carers in developing countries.
- We were also delighted to be included in the Havas Lynx ‘In Search of the Invisible Army’ campaign and contributed to the production of a white paper investigating the impact of caring globally, including carers needs and the role they play in improving patient outcomes.
- A feature on our work in India was included in The People’s Commonwealth, a celebration of the Commonwealth Foundation’s work (P.24)
- Havas Lynx also produced ‘The Caregivers’ Story’ a powerful three-part podcast series which shines a spotlight on the lives of carers in the UK. Our founder Anil Patil features in Episode 2: Finding Friends.
- As an Ashoka Fellow, our founder Anil Patil is part of the largest network of social entrepreneurs worldwide engaging actively in single social entrepreneurship projects. Since 2010, Boehringer Ingelheim and Ashoka are working together on their global partnership Making More Health. Watch Anil’s profile video here.
Mannion Daniels (Fund Managers for DFID) included our work in Nepal in an article in recognition of World Mental Health Day.
To discuss any opportunities to promote our work, please get in touch.