Welcome to the What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls Global Programme online resource. This details findings and lessons from rigorous evaluations across 15 countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East on what works (and doesn’t) to prevent violence, the results of which show that violence against women and girls is preventable. Find out about the economic and social costs of violence, and what are the specific elements for violence prevention in conflict and humanitarian settings . The successor programme, What Works – Impact at Scale, will scale up effective interventions, test new innovations, and use the evidence to influence a more effective global response to VAWG prevention.
VAWG Prevention CurriculaSince 2015 the What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls Programme has developed, adapted, and implemented 15 evidence-based VAWG prevention interventions across the Global Programme projects in Africa and Asia.