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Gender-based violence: emerging issues in programs serving displaced populations

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Identifier: 
305598482
Identifier: 
http://www.rhrc.org/pdf/gbv_vann.pdf
Sourced from: 
Refugee Studies Centre
Author/Creator: 
Vann, Beth
Publisher: 
Reproductive Health Response in Conflict (RHRC) Consortium
Publisher Type: 
Multi-organizational Partnership
Publisher Url: 
http://www.rhrc.org/
Description: 
This book is a compendium of key lessons learned during five years of working with gender-based violence (GBV) programmes in 12 countries, and is designed to be used by those who work with displaced populations. It looks at the evolution of GBV programmes serving populations affected by armed conflict, and analyzes the most common problem areas for GBV programmes. Finally, it looks at the need for technical assistance in current GBV programmes in Angola, Eritrea, Guinea, Serbia, Sierra Leone, Thailand, and Zambia.
Language: 
English
Subject: 
Reproductive health
Subject: 
Medical treatment
Subject: 
Violence against women
Subject: 
Displaced persons
Subject: 
Armed conflict
Subject: 
Emergency relief programmes
Subject: 
Counselling
Subject: 
Infectious diseases
Coverage Geography: 
Universal
Coverage Geography: 
Angola
Coverage Geography: 
Eritrea
Coverage Geography: 
Guinea
Coverage Geography: 
Yugoslavia (until Feb. 2003)
Coverage Geography: 
Sierra Leone
Coverage Geography: 
Thailand
Coverage Geography: 
Zambia
Date Created: 
01/01/2002
Date Reliable: 
Yes
Item Type: 
Evaluation reports
Relation: 
GBV Global Technical Support Project, produced by JSI Research and Training Institute on behalf of the Reproductive Health Response in Conflict (RHRC) Consortium
Relation Requires: 
Adobe Acrobat
Format Medium: 
GIF
Format Medium: 
PDF
Format Extent: 
158 p.
Rights: 
Cleared
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