Gender Based Violence

Project goal
*Women and girls are supported, empowered, and engaged in their communities
Conflict affected communities have knowledge of, comfort with, and access to quality SRH services and GBV prevention and response, at the community level
CBOs, EHOs, and MoHS are regularly collaborating and sharing data

Partner Organization

1) United Nation Population Fund (UNFPA)
*Capacity Building
*Some medicine (eg . Ep)
*Supporting IEC Material
2) Community Partner International (CPI)
*Monitor every quarterly
*Capacity Building
*Checking Reporting, Data management and Data analysis
*Supplies distribution (poster, T-shirt, bag)
*IEC Material

Program Activities

Central Level
*Quarterly reporting
*Data collection, entry, management and analysis
*Giving Multiplier training 2 time per year
*Document implementation 4 time per year(Outreach, Awareness)
*Monitoring and Evaluation 2 times per year
*Coordination with partners
Field Level
Awareness raising 2 time per year for each villages
Community outreach 2 time per year for each villages
Quarterly reporting 4 time per year
Refer Patient (GBV, STI, HIV/AIDS)

In recent years, KDHW has initiated a Gender Based Violence (GBV) program to train Health Workers and Traditional Birth Attendants to provide support to individuals who have experienced violence due either to the ongoing military conflict or to domestic violence.

GBV can be sexual, emotional and social violence. Causes include power and control issues, cultural and social attitudes about men and women, and learned behavior.  Contributing factors include war, poverty and alcoholism.


GBV Program Informations Update in 2019

180906 KDHW GBV Presentation 2018

GBV CWG Presentation for SCRC, MNCW & ECCD Coordination meeting

KWO Overall works and GBV updates in Surmarry June, 2018

Automatic Responsible Machenisam Presentation1




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