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Measuring Violence Against Children in Humanitarian Settings: A Scoping Exercise of Methods and Tools
From May-December 2013, the Child Protection in Crisis (CPC) Network and Save the Children UK conducted a scoping exercise in order to examine two child protection issues considered “hard to measure” in humanitarian settings: sexual violence against children and violence within the household.
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.
In Need of Protection: Addressing Sexual Assault Against Women and Girls Associated with the Collection of Firewood in Refugee Camps in Sub Saharan Africa
This paper aims to identify successful strategies that have been implemented to prevent sexual assault associated with the collection of firewood.
Examining Promising Practice for Young Survivors: An Integrated Review of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Programming in Liberia
The CPC Network Program Learning Group (PLG) in Liberia conducted an integrated review of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) programs in Liberia to examine the methods and outcomes of current SGBV prevention and response interventions, and to identify promising practices that can inform the development of future program and policy initiatives.
Building Meaningful Participation in Reintegration Among War-Affected Young Mothers in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Northern Uganda
In this paper, the authors describe community-based participatory action research (PAR), an innovative field practice that meaningfully involved young mothers formerly associated with armed groups and other vulnerable young mothers in their communities in Liberia, Uganda, and Sierra Leone.
This research on the state of Burundian adolescents and the role of violence in their lives, undertaken in late 2012, found a profusion of young Burundians threatened by deprivation and domestic and sexual violence.
This research took a bottom-up approach in examining existing Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms (CBCPMs) in Arua and Nebbi districts in Uganda.
In this study of sexual-violence survivors in a low-income, conflict-affected country, group psychotherapy reduced PTSD, depression and anxiety symptoms and improved overall functioning.
This report provide guidance and tools for strengthening livelihood programing, as a tool to prevent gender-based violence and promote women's well-being.
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.