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Gender-based sexual violence is pandemic—preventing it seems almost impossible. But Clayman Institute Faculty Research Fellow Mike Baiocchi’s new research proves intervention and prevention are possible. In his Faculty Research Fellows (FRF) presentation, “Establishing an Empirical Foundation for Preventing Gender-Based Violence,” Baiocchi delivered a comprehensive overview of the crucial, multi-year research that he and his team—Clea Sarnquist, a senior research scholar…
On April 11th, Dr. Kristin Dunkle presented her work on developing and testing a multi-level intervention to prevent intimate partner violence in Rwandan communities. Dr. Dunkle is Chief Specialist Scientist in the What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls Programme at the South African Medical Research Council. She has been working on gender-based violence and sexual violence in…
Violence between pupils fell by half and more girls attended school thanks to a new curriculum Almost 17 years since the invasion of Afghanistan by the US and NATO forces, stability remains elusive for many Afghans. The economy is crippled. Some 39% of Afghans live in poverty. One in four is unemployed. The country’s GDP per capita remains in the…
Editor's Note: CNN is committed to covering gender inequality wherever it occurs in the world. This story is part of As Equals, a year-long series. Lilongwe, Malawi -- "I am strong," the girls chanted, their voices filling a classroom in the outskirts of Lilongwe, Malawi's capital. "I can use my voice. I can use my body!" The group of about…
Indashyikirwa, meaning ‘agents for change’, is a program that seeks to prevent intimate partner violence (IPV) across Rwanda, and is being implemented by CARE Rwanda, Rwanda Women’s Network (RWN) and Rwanda Men’s Resource Center (RWAMREC). One component of the program was a 5-month weekly curriculum with 840 heterosexual couples recruited from CARE’s micro-finance village savings and loans associations. The participatory…
Two powerful new videos have just been added to the resources site which show the success of two interventions in Afghanistan and Tajikistan. Follow the link to hear from Mohammad Osman Hemat from Help The Afghan Children and Parvina Gulyamova, Project Manager, Cesvi in Tajikistan: http://www.whatworks.co.za/resources/film-and-audio
What Works to prevent Violence against women and girls (Component 3) is conducting research to understand the costs of VAWG to businesses. Read the exciting policy brief here...
The What Works to Prevent Violence against Women and Girls Global Programme is pleased to invite you to an exciting Parallel event presenting innovative, evidence-based interventions to prevent violence against women and girls in the Global South. Join us to hear what’s driving violence against women and girls in rural settings in Africa and Asia, interventions addressing these drivers and,…
An evaluation of gender-based violence case management services in the Dadaab refugee camps Friday, 23 February 201810.30am–12.00pm (lunch reception to follow)The Exhibition Room, The Goldsmiths’ Centre, 42 Britton Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1M 5AD Confirmed speakers:Professor Charlotte Watts, Chief Scientific Adviser, Department of International DevelopmentDr Mazeda Hossain, Assistant Professor, London School of Hygiene & Tropical MedicineDr Chimaraoke Izugbara, Head, Population Dynamics…
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