The GBV Case Management Outcome Monitoring Toolkit aims to measure the impact of GBV case management on women and older adolescent girls’ psychosocial well-being and felt stigma. This toolkit was inspired by IRC’s commitment to measure outcomes as part of its Outcomes and Evidence Framework, specifically the outcome “Women and girls are protected from and treated for the consequences of GBV”.
This toolkit was developed using validated scales measuring changes related to psychosocial wellbeing and stigma experienced by women survivors of GBV in the Democratic Republic of Congo. With funding from the HIF, the IRC has adapted this toolkit for use with women and older adolescent girls receiving GBV case management support from Syrian refugees in Jordan and Somali refugees in Kenya.
What does the GBV Case Management Outcome Monitoring Toolkit measure?
Photo Caption: Congolese woman, Nyaragusu Refugee Camp. Photo Credit: IRC
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