• Theme: Framework to action: Devolution and its opportunities in addressing GBV
    Abstracts are invited for submission on the following strategic areas SF 1: Legal and policy frameworks on GBV SF 2: Strengthening Research, Innovation and knowledge management to eradicate GBV SF 3: Domestic Financing for Sustainable GBV Prevention and Response SF 4: Male engagement on GBV SF 5: ICT: Emerging technologies an GBV prevention and Response SF 6: Emerging and crosscutting Issues on GBV
  • VAW Assessment Tool
    The purpose of this kit is 3-fold: i) Facilitate reflection, ii) Identify program strengths, and opportunities for improvement, and iii) Identify priorities for capacity building.
  • National SGBV Monitoring Framework
    The need for a national level SGBV monitoring and evaluation framework is imperative and urgent. Accordingly,the National Plan of Action to Aid the Implementation of the National Framework towards Prevention and Response of GBV in Kenya20 identified establishment of gender based violence related data collection systems as a key priority. The National Action Plan proposes establishment of gender based violence data collation systems, and anticipates institutionalized data collection across the country and development of software on GBV information management system.
  • What works in Prevention of Violence Against Women and Girls
    This brief is designed to provide an overview of what we know about intimate partner violence, non partner sexual violence and child abuse, based on the literature.
  • Linkages Between HIV and GBV There is growing global awareness of the link between violence against women and girls, generally referred to as gender-based violence (GBV) and HIV transmission. Research shows that the risk of HIV sero-conversion following sexual assault is likely to be higher than after consensual sex, mainly because of the increased physical trauma and no condom use during forced sex. This is especially true in the high HIV-prevalence setting of sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) which includes Kenya.
  • A post 2015 development agenda In this paper, Saferworld and Conciliation Resources set out a vision for including gender, peace and security in the post-2015 framework.4 A gender, peace and security approach to post-2015 includes, but also goes beyond a focus on women’s empowerment.
  • analysis  of violence against children
    A statistical analysis of violence against children
    Violence against children occurs every day, everywhere: the slaps of an
    upset parent to control an ‘unruly’ child, the sexual victimization of a teenager by a peer or a neighbour, the bullying of one child by another in the schoolyard, the emotional degradation of a child bride by her spouse. Too many children worldwide are affected by such violence, yet it is rarely acknowledged, in part because it is so commonplace. The repercussions are not inconsequential, with ripple effects throughout society as well as future generations
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