This study describes the surveys’ target population, sampling design, statistical considerations, data collection process, priority violence indicators, and data dissemination.
This white paper seeks to fill a gap in the field by describing strategies for interviewer recruitment and training for population-based studies on violence with child research participants.
This document sets out the pathway that Nigeria will take to achieve the goal of ending violence against children.
This document serves as a companion guide to the 2012 Clinical management of children and adolescents who have experienced sexual violence: Technical considerations for PEPFAR Programs, which provides step-by-step guidance on the appropriate clinical/forensic care for children and adolescents who have experienced sexual violence and exploitation.
Explore this summary report on the Together for Girls experts meeting with key partners working to combat violence against children (VAC) from the fields of human rights, HIV/AIDS, and violence against women (VAW).
This document builds on The Together for Girls Partnership: Linking Violence Against Children Surveys to coordinated and effective action, consolidating lessons learned from countries undertaking the national action planning process.
This study explores the evidence linking violence against women and HIV, including on the cycle of violence and the links between violence against children and women.
The aim of this study in 2012 was to summarize the evidence relating to the possible relationship between child physical abuse, emotional abuse, and neglect, and subsequent mental and physical health outcomes.
The purpose of the Technical action framework is to provide key stakeholders with an overview of the strategies that can be used to prevent and reduce sexual violence and its consequences to children, especially girls.