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This article reports on the use of a “neighborhood method” to measure the nature and incidence of violence against women and girls in post-conflict Liberia.
Estimating the Incidence of Physical and Sexual Violence against Children and Women in Trincomalee District, Sri Lanka
This report presents the findings of a population-based survey undertaken in 2008 to explore the magnitude and nature of physical and sexual violence against women and children in Trincomalee District in eastern Sri Lanka.
Measuring Human Rights Violations in a Conflict-Affected Country: Results from a Nationwide Cluster Survey in Central African Republic
This report presents findings from a nation-wide survey in Central African Republic on human rights violations against adults and children affected by conflict.
This policy change brief details the Neighborhood Method and its past uses by the CPC Learning Network. Based upon the finding that key informants have been shown to provide information that is at least as valid and reliable as that obtained through self-report, in certain studies of sensitive public health behaviors, the neighborhood method was designed to complete a camp- or district-wide assessment in about three weeks.
Incidence of Violence against Women and Girls in Liberia: A Quantitative Study using the Neighborhood Method
This report presents findings from a population survey conducted in Liberia in 2007 to quantify the magnitude of violence against women and girls in IRC's operational areas.
This report presents the findings from the use of the Neighborhood Method to measure incidents of violence against women and girls in two Somali refugee camps and one of the surrounding host communities.
Measuring Violence Against Women Amidst War and Displacement in Northern Uganda Using the ‘Neighborhood Method’
This study sought to establish incidence rates for gender-based violence in internally displaced persons (IDPs) camps in Northern Uganda.