GBVA ctivities Grid7 Oct2002

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					   Cooperating Agency Activities Related to Domestic/Intimate-Partner Violence and Reproductive Health
                             (funding for the listed activities is from USAID as well as other sources)

Organization        Materials         Type             Activity                                                     Contact
CARE                Project brief     Gender and       Bangladesh: The connections between HIV/AIDS and             Veronica Magar
                                      HIV/AIDS         violence are being explored from a human rights              Phone: 66 2 576-
                                                       perspective in order to reduce vulnerabilities. Research,    1552-4
                                                       partnering with sex workers and IDUs, forming                Email:
                                                       indigenous collectives, community mobilization, capacity     magar@care.org
                                                       building represent the key strategies undertaken.
CARE                1. Study on       D&IPV;           Bangladesh: To reduce maternal deaths in Dinajpur, a         Veronica Magar
                    masculinities     MH               VAW prevention initiative was undertaken as a part of a      Phone: 66 2 576-
                                                       larger safe motherhood project. The objective is to ensure   1552-4
                    2. Project                         services for all girls/women subjected to violence who       Email:
                    Brief                              seek health services at the sub-district level. This is      magar@care.org
                                                       accomplished through community mobilization by
                                                       developing community alliances, building civil society,
                                                       empowering women and influencing local governance
                                                       systems.

CARE                Project brief     Refugees         Eritrea: Partnership with local NGO uses integrated          Doris Bartel
                                                       community development approach to raise awareness and        Phone: 202-595-2804
                                                       sensitize health care providers in repatriated refugee       Email:
                                                       communities.                                                 dbartel@dc.care.org

CARE                                  Refugees         Kenya: Strengthen community awareness and coordinate         Doris Bartel
                                                       mechanisms to address rape and other violent assault in      Phone: 202-595-2804
                                                       refugee setting. Program includes training of service        Email:
                                                       providers, income generation for vulnerable women,           dbartel@dc.care.org
                                                       using refugee outreach workers to work with local
                                                       committees and communities on violence issues,
                                                       referring and accompanying cases for medical and legal
                                                       aid.

CARE                Project brief     D&IPV            Kosovo: understand prevalence of D&IPV and develop           Doris Bartel
                                                       strategy to raise awareness; partner with local              Phone: 202-595-2804
                                                       organizations; mass media campaign.                          Email:
                                                                                                                    dbartel@dc.care.org
D&IPV—domestic and intimate partner violence; DV– domestic violence; GBV—gender-based violence; FP—family planning; IDU—injection drug use; IEC—information,
education, Communication; NGO—non-governmental organization; MOH—ministry of health; MH—maternal health; PAC-post-abortion care; RH—reproductive health; SV—
sexual violence; VAW—violence against women.
Organization        Materials         Type             Activity                                                    Contact
CARE                Project brief     D&IPV;           Tajikistan: Use FP and RH as an entry point to address      Veronica Magar
                                      FP and RH        violence. Work in partnership with local NGOs to build      Phone: 66 2 576-
                                                       their technical capacity address gender inequities and      1552-4
                                                       violence through raising awareness, empowering              Email:
                                                       communities, working with the special groups such as the    magar@care.org
                                                       militia, credit groups and development of an IEC
                                                       strategy.

CARE                Project brief     Refugees         Zambia: Strengthen community awareness and                  Doris Bartel
                                                       coordinated response mechanisms to DV & rape in             Phone: 202-595-2804
                                                       refugee setting. Program includes training for health       Email:
                                                       workers, police, protection units, and coordinated          dbartel@dc.care.org
                                                       meetings among stakeholders.
CARE                Project brief     D&IPV            Zambia: Work with community governance structures in        Elisa Martinez
                                                       Lusaka’s peri-urban slums to enhance gender awareness.      Email:
                                                       Training of community leaders and development of a          emartinez@care.org
                                                       gender leadership group facilitated gender support groups
                                                       that act as informal dispute resolution mechanisms and
                                                       intervene in gender violence cases.
Centers for         Reports           General          Data Collection – Incorporation of country-specific         Tim Johnson
Disease Control &                                      questions related to GBV where surveys are                  jtj2@cdc.gov
Prevention                                             administered to reproductive-age women (Azerbaijan,
(CDC)                                                  Ecuador, Georgia, Guatemala, Honduras, Mozambique
                                                       Paraguay, Romania, Zimbabwe)

CDC                                   Refugees         Developing prevalence data tool for conflict-affected       Mary Kay Larson
                                                       populations that will be used in the SGBV tool kit and      mil2@cdc.gov
                                                       guidelines. Field tests begin June 2002 (in Kosovo and
                                                       East Timor) with tool distribution in late fall.

                                                       Thailand: RH survey among Burmese refugee women
D&IPV—domestic and intimate partner violence; DV– domestic violence; GBV—gender-based violence; FP—family planning; IDU—injection drug use; IEC—information,
education, Communication; NGO—non-governmental organization; MOH—ministry of health; MH—maternal health; PAC-post-abortion care; RH—reproductive health; SV—
sexual violence; VAW—violence against women.
Organization        Materials         Type             Activity                                                    Contact
Demographic &       Analytical        General          Data Collection, Training, and Dissemination. Data          Sunita Kishor
Health Surveys      report on DV+                      Collection – prevalence of DV as reported by women          kishor@macroint.
(DHS)/MACRO         linkages to                        available for 11 countries. Data on attitudes towards       com
                    RH, available                      acceptance on spousal violence available for 20 countries
                    by late                            (women) and 8 countries (men). Data on sexual violence
                    summer                             by husbands available for 5 countries. Training is done
                                                       through a 3 week gender course, and dissemination is
                                                       done through country DHS seminars.

EngenderHealth       Men As           Male             South Africa: Men As Partners SA: work with men to          Andrew Levack,
and PPASA           Partners: A       Involvement      prevent GBV, challenge harmful norms & raise                alevack@engender
                    guide for                          awareness.                                                  health.org
                    PPASA
                    educators
IPPF/WHR            Newsletter on     General/LAC      The website includes the newsletter, ¡Basta!, a screening   Alessandra Guedes
                    GBV & RH                           tool for identifying victims of gender-based violence, a    IPPF/WHR
                    Basta!,                            management checklist, legal framework, baseline and         120 Wall Street, 9th
                    available                          follow-up study, and a client-exit questionnaire.           Floor
                    online                             http://www.ippfwhr.org/whatwedo/gbv.html                    New York, NY 10023
                                                       http://www.ippfwhr.org/whatwedo/basta.html                  T: 212-248-6400
                                                                                                                   F: 212-248-4221

International       Web-based         Refugees         Congo, East Timor, Guinea, Liberia, Pakistan, Sierra        Mary Otieno
Rescue              bibliography                       Leone, Tanzania: A variety of activities aimed at           maryo@theirc.org
Committee           of current                         reducing gender-based violence and prostitution in
(IRC)               GBV literature                     refugee & conflict settings. Provide medical,               Sonia Navani
                    posted on                          psychosocial and legal monitoring of victims as well as     sonian@theirc.org
                    RHR website;                       preventative measures such as awareness raising,
                    field test                         synchronizing national legislative efforts; supporting
                    survey tool                        local responses & capacity to provide IEC on gender-
                    April 2002                         based violence; advocacy for rigorous data collection.
D&IPV—domestic and intimate partner violence; DV– domestic violence; GBV—gender-based violence; FP—family planning; IDU—injection drug use; IEC—information,
education, Communication; NGO—non-governmental organization; MOH—ministry of health; MH—maternal health; PAC-post-abortion care; RH—reproductive health; SV—
sexual violence; VAW—violence against women.
Organization        Materials         Type             Activity                                                     Contact
JHPIEGO             The MNH           MH               Training Materials: Through the Maternal and Neonatal        Wendy Voet, MPH
                    Project’s Basic                    Health project; created guidelines & info for providers on
                    Maternal &                         how to identify and address GBV.                             JHPIEGO410-614-
                    Newborn Care                                                                                    1139 (phone)
                    manual (not                                                                                     410-614-2833 (fax)
                    yet published)                                                                                  wvoet@jhpiego.org
                    WHO & MNH
                    Project
                    Managing
                    Complications
                    manual
JHPIEGO             RH guidelines     RH               Ecuador, Malawi, Peru, Zimbabwe (Country-specific):          Wendy Voet, MPH
                    worldwide                          Through the TRH Program, integrated GBV info into
                    developed                          national RH & FP service delivery guidelines.                JHPIEGO410-614-
                    with technical                                                                                  1139 (phone)
                    assistance                         Revised medical & nursing school curricula to include        410-614-2833 (fax)
                    from the                           DV info in Bolivia and Zambia through both the               wvoet@jhpiego.org
                    Training &                         Maternal &Neonatal Health and TRH Programs.
                    Reproductive
                    Health (TRH)                       In Kenya, 3 orientation packages focused on FP, HIV and
                    Program                            adolescent health, developed with assistance from the
                                                       TRH Program, address GBV.
Johns Hopkins       Short DV                           Nicaragua: prevent DV (date rape) through set of videos      Robert Ainslie
University          drama videos      Youth            w/counseling guides and activities for peer educational      Rainslie@jhuccp.org
Population          and                                program with youth promoters.
Communication       instructional
Services (JHU       guide
PCS)
JHU PCS             Video and         Gender and       South Africa: video and facilitator’s guide, conducted       Patrick Coleman
                    facilitator’s     HIV/AIDS         training workshops for orgs that focus on youth to           pcoleman@jhuccp. org
                    guide                              address gender issues & HIV/AIDS among young men.
                                                       Also, phone hot line to counsel men & women on HIV.
D&IPV—domestic and intimate partner violence; DV– domestic violence; GBV—gender-based violence; FP—family planning; IDU—injection drug use; IEC—information,
education, Communication; NGO—non-governmental organization; MOH—ministry of health; MH—maternal health; PAC-post-abortion care; RH—reproductive health; SV—
sexual violence; VAW—violence against women.
Organization        Materials         Type             Activity                                                   Contact
Johns Hopkins       Population        General          End Violence Against Women: Information and                Pop Reports
University          Reports                            Resources Website                                          Steve Goldstein at
Population          (1999): Ending                     www.endvaw.org                                             sgoldste@jhuccp.org
Information         Violence
Program (JHU        Against
PIP)                Women online
                    at
                    http://www.jhu
                    ccp.org/pr/l11e
                    dsum.stm
JHU PIP             Catalog:          General          Media/Materials Clearinghouse M/MC                         Website, M/MC &
                    Picturing a                        www.jhuccp.org/mmc                                         Catalog: Susan Leibtag
                    Life Free of                       Approximately 2,000 samples of communication               sleibtag@jhuccp.org
                    Violence:                          materials produced on the subject of VAW
                    Media &
                    Communi-                           Catalog also online at
                    cation                             http://www.unifem.undp.org/public/freeofviolence/index.
                    Strategies to                      htm
                    End Violence
                    Against
                    Women
                    (M/MC, in
                    collaboration
                    with UNDP/
                    UNIFEM)
JHU PIP             POPLINE           General          POPLINE
                    articles                           http://db.jhuccp.org/popinform/index.stm                   POPLINE
                                                       Approximately 1,000 articles and documents on the          Anne Compton
                                                       subject of VAW                                             Acompton@jhuccp
                                                                                                                  .org
D&IPV—domestic and intimate partner violence; DV– domestic violence; GBV—gender-based violence; FP—family planning; IDU—injection drug use; IEC—information,
education, Communication; NGO—non-governmental organization; MOH—ministry of health; MH—maternal health; PAC-post-abortion care; RH—reproductive health; SV—
sexual violence; VAW—violence against women.
Organization        Materials           Type              Activity                                                        Contact
John Snow           Training manual     D&IPV             Brazil: research on the links between IPV and SRH with          Gary Barker
Institute (JSI)/    for working with                      men ages 15-59. Work with PAHO to train other Central           g.barker@promundo.
PROMUNDO            young men to                          American researchers. White Ribbon Campaign Launch:             org.br
                    prevent IPV.                          With PAHO and colleague NGOs, the international
                                                          campaign of men working to end violence against women
                                                          was launched in Brazil.
Michigan            Michelle Hynes                        Support a number of fellows who are working in area of          Jane L MacKie
Population          paper on SV                           GBV, one who wrote the following paper.                         janemm@umich.edu
Fellows             with refugees                         Hynes M and Lopes-Cardozo B. Sexual Violence Against
                                                          Women in Refugee Settings. Journal of Women's Health
                                                          and Gender-Based Medicine. Volume 9, Number 8;
                                                          October 2000.
National Research                       Youth             Producing paper on sexual coercion and violence among           Valerie Durrant, Study
Council                                                   youth. Includes rape and DV                                     Director
Committee on                                                                                                              (202) 334-1830
Population,                                                                                                               vdurrant@nas.edu
Transitions to
Adulthood
POLICY II           Status of the       D&IPV             Guatemala: Addition of intra-family violence to surveys         Mary Kincaid
Project             Woman Module                          for men and women                                               mkincaid@tfgi.com
                                                          Developed Status of the Woman Module in collaboration
                                                          with MOH and other agencies
                                                          Provided TA to help eliminate husband’s permission to
                                                          allow their wives access to contraceptive methods from
                                                          APROFAM, MOH institutional requirements
POLICY II           Future policies     Gender &          Kenya: Address GBV in policies/guidelines for Gender            Mary Kincaid
Project             published           HIV/AIDS          and HIV/AIDS and for Orphans & Vulnerable Children.             mkincaid@tfgi.com


POLICY II                                                 Nigeria: Initial stages of looking at girls’ exposure to risk   Mary Kincaid
Project                                 Youth             of girl trafficking and sexual violence & will develop          mkincaid@tfgi.com
                                                          intervention.
D&IPV—domestic and intimate partner violence; DV– domestic violence; GBV—gender-based violence; FP—family planning; IDU—injection drug use; IEC—information,
education, Communication; NGO—non-governmental organization; MOH—ministry of health; MH—maternal health; PAC-post-abortion care; RH—reproductive health; SV—
sexual violence; VAW—violence against women.
Organization        Materials           Type              Activity                                                     Contact
POLICY II           Training manual     Gender &          South Africa: capacity building with government; as          Mary Kincaid
Project             and Pilot GBV       HIV/AIDS          part of advocacy training on “Women in Partnership           mkincaid@tfgi.com
                    teacher model                         Against HIV/AIDS Program”, included content on
                                                          GBV.
Population          Publication:        General           Booklet presents a collection of newspaper and               Website
Reference Bureau,   Conveying                             magazine articles and transcripts of broadcasts produced
Women’s Edition     Concerns:                             by women journalists in seven developing countries. The
                    Women Write on                        stories convey a range of themes on gender-based
                    Gender-Based                          violence, including local efforts to increase recognition
                    Violence (2000)                       of violence against women as a societal problem.
                                                          www.prb.org (under Gender reports)
PRIME                                   RH                PRIME is assisting the Rwanda Ministry of Health draft       Candy Newman
                                                          an RH policy, one of whose components is the                 cnewman@ intrah.org
                                                          “Prevention and Management of Sexual Violence;” and
                                                          will assist the MOH to revise current service protocols to
                                                          include the prevention of GBV


PRIME               Display copy of     RH                PRIME has field-tested a “Gender Sensitivity                 Candy Newman
                    final unpublished                     Assessment Tool for RH Curricula” in Bangladesh and          cnewman@ intrah.org
                    version of                            has assisted an MOH curriculum development team to
                    “Gender                               improve the gender sensitivity of RH curriculum
                    Sensitivity                           modules. Tool includes sections on the identification and
                    Assessment Tool                       detection of GBV; and on the management of FGC
                    for RH                                complications.
                    Curricula”

PRIME                                   PAC               Concept paper on Improving RH Provider Response to           Candy Newman
                                                          GBV in Central Asian Republics in progress (project          cnewman@ intrah.org
                                                          would include development/dissemination of protocols to
                                                          assist primary providers in the recognition and
                                                          management of GBV cases)

D&IPV—domestic and intimate partner violence; DV– domestic violence; GBV—gender-based violence; FP—family planning; IDU—injection drug use; IEC—information,
education, Communication; NGO—non-governmental organization; MOH—ministry of health; MH—maternal health; PAC-post-abortion care; RH—reproductive health; SV—
sexual violence; VAW—violence against women.

				
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