intimate partner violence

Final Evaluation Multi-stakeholder Model for Ending Gender-Based Violence Project Kayah

The “Multi-Stakeholder Model for Ending Gender-based Violence (GBV)” project in Kayah State involves collaborating with a range of stakeholders to put in place a model designed to prevent and respond to GBV in Kayah state. This new phase of the project, started in 2018, intervened in 92 villages belonging to three townships: Loikaw, Demoso and Phruso, with a total target population of 56.863. The methodology employed a mixed-methods approach, with qualitative data collection through KIIs and FGDs and quantitative data, in the form of household surveys.

The overall objectives of the end of project evaluation are:
• To determine the project’s achievements of its objectives and outcomes.
• To identify intended and unintended outcomes, best practices, lessons learned and recommendations to improve future programming in terms of sustainability. Read More...

Social Norms Analysis Plot Final Report: SAFE Justice Project

The SAFE Justice project was funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) and implemented in five districts in Nepal (Gorkha, Dhading, Sindhupalchowk, Accham and Bajura) between October 2016 and September 2019, as part of the DFID-funded Integrated Programme for Strengthening Security and Justice in Nepal.

SAFE Justice Project aims to promote more active justice seeking behavior among marginalized populations in general and women and girls in particular breaking culture of silence; responsiveness of justice service providers with effective and gender sensitive services.

In comparison to baseline the midline survey revealed only small nuances/cracks on seeking justice for IPV. However, the end-line study conducted in this quarter has revealed remarkable changes around the empirical and normative expectations on seeking justice for IPV. This has also shown family and friend’s sanctions as well as positive and negative exceptions to change the norms. In this report, comparison between baseline and end-line assessments are presented. Read More...

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