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Call for Information and Materials: Understanding and Measuring the Effectiveness of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Risk Mitigation in Emergencies

The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) and UNICEF are conducting a research project focused on better understanding the outcomes of GBV risk mitigation* interventions implemented by service providers and sectors operating in humanitarian contexts. This study will assess current promising practices, while identifying safe and ethical parameters for measuring the effectiveness of interventions that reduce the risks of GBV. Materials for submission could include: blogs, podcasts, videos, papers, case studies, interviews, focus groups, surveys, evaluations, lessons learned documents, training reports, etc., that have been created since 2005 and may be submitted in any language.

Materials should include:

• Examples of how a program or initiative reduced potential risks of GBV; and
• Examples of measuring outcomes or evaluations of efforts to reduce the risks of GBV.

The deadline for this information is: April 19, 2019

Please submit materials here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScwRDrSc4H7UL9jKCKb_i3rPVTRKe-rJT-kOBP1B2kSRznQYw/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&fbzx=-5198427904412509786

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