This resource provides guidelines on safe and ethical data collection on disability inclusion in GBV programming, challenges and risks associated with data collection, and case studies of how well this has been done in programming.
This resource provides an overview of the Stopping Abuse and Female Exploitation Programme in Zimbabwe.
Gender-based violence is preventable and there is more evidence than ever before about what works. In recognition of the 16 Days of Activism against GBV, this latest infographic from the GBV AoR Helpdesk brings together key strategies for preventing GBV in emergencies.
This annotated bibliography includes key resources and guidance related to integrating GBV risk mitigation in programming and in foster care procedures for adolescent girls on the move in Europe, with specific focus on Italy. It also looks at relevant experiences and best practices related to this from European and other countries.
This report discusses the Building Equitable Partnerships initiative between Plan International UK and Social Development Direct and research findings from throughout the collaboration.
This evidence synthesis looks at the forms, drivers and consequences of VAWG in Zimbabwe, key intervention models for tackling VAWG in Zimbabwe and the strength of the evidence of effectiveness.
This formative research report is useful to understand prevalent gendered social norms in Zimbabwe, the particular experiences of the most at risk women and girls, and the nature of formative research to inform programme design on VAWG prevention. To inform the SAFE programme design, formative research looked at three questions:
This learning brief discusses a range of strategies and methods humanitarian actors can use to support and sustain GBV response and prevention programming in hostile contexts. It outlines what ‘hostile contexts’ refers to in this paper, and why it is important for GBV program managers and service providers to be able to identify and adapt to rapid or incremental increases in hostility in humanitarian environments, which are likely to adversely impact the implementation of GBV prevention and response programming.