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Video Capacity Development, Gender-based Violence, Information Management, Communication & Technology, Innovation Management

The full Accelerating the Journey to Scale story

Report Disability & Older Age Inclusion, Gender-based Violence

Rapid review of disability and older age inclusion in GBV

Report Gender-based Violence

Innovation Challenge Handbook: driving the adoption of GBV M&E approaches

Report Disability & Older Age Inclusion, Gender-based Violence

Innovation Challenge Handbook: understanding the barriers to inclusion faced by people with disabilities and older people in GBV humanitarian programming

Briefing Note Disabilities, Gender-based Violence

Understanding the need for SGBV prevention/support and SRHE services, for refugees with Communication Disabilities in Rwanda- a collaborative consultation

Report Gender-based Violence

Final Report: Self-Examination DNA Swabs Supporting Investigations of Sexual Violence

Report Gender-based Violence

Final Report: Linking Interventions to Cultural Ceremonies and Practices to Reduce IPV Among Displaced Populations in Humanitarian Crises

Report Gender-based Violence

Small Sample Size Surveys for GBV Programming: Main Results Report

Report Gender-based Violence

Final Report: Using Small Sample Size Surveys in GBV Programs

Report Gender-based Violence

Final Report: Raising the bar for routine M&E in GBV programs

Report Gender-based Violence

Final Report: SenseMaker® for Monitoring and Evaluation of SGBV Programs

Peer Reviewed Gender-based Violence

Altered social trajectories and risks of violence among young Syrian women seeking refuge in Turkey: a qualitative study

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