Findings Report: Analysis of Services to Address Gender-based Violence in Three Countries

Publish Year : 2012
Publisher : USAID
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Description :

This Report is based on the findings from case studies conducted by AIDSTAR-One in three countries where gender-based violence (GBV) services were available: Swaziland, Vietnam, and Ecuador. These case studies were developed to help program managers design, plan, and implement strategies to integrate GBV within existing HIV, family planning, and reproductive health services and programs. The Report shares promising programmatic approaches and key elements of success for replication and scale-up. Specifically, the Report analyzes the policy environment related to preventing GBV and providing HIV services to survivors of GBV; describes service delivery components, as well as how the programs make linkages or referrals to other health and social support programs; and summarizes each program’s current and future long-term funding strategies.


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