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Reducing risks for adolescent girls in Kenya.TAKE ME HERE
Addressing the drivers of child marriage in Bangladesh.TAKE ME HERE
Engaging fathers and couples to break cycles of violence in Rwanda.TAKE ME HERE
Faith-based counselling to strengthen relationships in Uganda.TAKE ME HERE
An accessible model to address common mental health issues.TAKE ME HERE
Taking community action to prevent and respond to violence in Ghana.TAKE ME HERE
Maisha (‘life’ in Kiswahili) is a social empowerment programme designed to reduce women’s experiences of intimate partner violence (IPV) and increase gender equality in relationships.
Becoming One, a faith-based counselling intervention, is designed to strengthen relationships and reduce levels of intimate partner violence among couples in Uganda.
A qualitative exploration of mechanisms of intimate partner violence reduction for Zambian couples receiving the Common Elements Treatment Approach (CETA) intervention.
There is increasing interest in working at the intersections of intimate partner violence (IPV) and violence against children (VAC), especially in the family, yet few programmatic strategies exist or have been evaluated to assess the combined impact of strategies on both types of violence.
A critical component of evaluations of the effectiveness of intimate partner violence prevention programmes involves understanding pathways of change among individuals who participate in such programmes, and the intervention or contextual elements that support or hinder these.
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