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Will You Be My Mother? (VAC Advocacy Video)

Will You Be My Mother? is part one of ‘Will You Ever Forgive Me?’ a feature length film that documents four poignant stories told from ...
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Shifting Social Norms in the Economy for Women’s Economic Empowerment

This document is a summary of the process and insights from the participants of a 2017 Practitioner Learning Group (PLG) on “Shifting Social Norms in ...
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Webinar: Tackling Gender Norms through Media

The power of the media to influence gender norms both towards greater equality and reinforcing discriminatory attitudes and behaviour has long been recognised. This webinar ...
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What is Practice-Based Knowledge? Video

This video by the Prevention Collaborative sets out why we believe that practitioner learning and everyday experiences in designing and implementing programmes form an important ...
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Learning from Practice: Approaches to Capture and Apply Practice-Based Knowledge

Practice-based knowledge (PBK) is currently under-used and under-valued in violence prevention programming and in building the global evidence base. This is in part due to ...
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Programa P Bolivia Un Manual Para La Paternidad Activa (Spanish)

The programme manual of the Program P Bolivia intervention which was designed to promote men’s engagement in reproductive and maternal health, caregiving, and healthier couple relations ...
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A Guide for Faith Communities to Prevent Violence and HIV

This guide by the Raising Voices adapts the SASA! Activist Kit to guide faith communities to come together to prevent violence against women and HIV. ...
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SASA! Video

This short video introduces the SASA! approach that mobilises communities to address power imbalances between women and men to reduce risks of violence and HIV.
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MAISHA Intervention in Tanzania

MAISHA is a social empowerment intervention designed to build healthy, violence-free relationships. Two trained female facilitators deliver 10 sessions to...

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Fidelity Brief for Adapting Indashyikirwa

Using the experience of implementation in rural Rwanda, this brief guides organizations to adapt and refine the Indashyikirwa Couples Curriculum...

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Becoming One: A Religious Couples Counselling Programme

Becoming One is a religious couples’ counselling programme designed to prevent intimate partner violence (IPV). It is delivered by Faith...

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Prevention Foundations Brief 3: Evidence-Based Programmes to Prevent Violence Against Women

This Prevention Collaborative brief aims to inform practitioners about programming approaches which have been shown to be effective in preventing...

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Prevention Foundations Brief 2: Understanding the Causes of Violence Against Women

This Prevention Collaborative brief introduces the multiple causes of violence against women (VAW) and how to analyse these factors in...

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Prevention Foundations Brief 1: What is Prevention of Violence Against Women?

This Prevention Collaborative brief introduces violence against women (VAW) prevention and looks at the differences between prevention and response programmes....

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The Real Fathers Initiative in Northern Uganda

The Responsible, Engaged and Loving (REAL) Fathers programme supported young fathers (aged 16 to 25 years) in Northern Uganda to...

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The ‘COMBAT’ Programme, Ghana

This programme developed a Rural Response System (RRS) to mobilise community members, state agencies and other key actors to prevent...

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