This document builds on The Together for Girls Partnership: Linking Violence Against Children Surveys to coordinated and effective action. It consolidates lessons learned from countries undertaking the national action planning process and provides issues to consider and key content areas to include as countries undertake the critical process of converting the data from the Violence Against Children and Youth Survey (VACS) into a coordinated, national, multi-sector response to violence against children.
Drawing on the experience and lessons learned to date from different countries, this document offers a description of the principles and key elements a national, multi-sector approach should contain and the parameters for ensuring an inclusive and well-coordinated process.
The Kenyan government has developed a national prevention and response plan (2019-2023) that aims to reduce violence against children prevalence by 40 percent.
Together for Girls, in partnership with The Equality Institute and the Oak Foundation, undertook a systematic review of proven solutions and best practices to prevent and respond to sexual violence against children and young people.
As you design and launch a national campaign, there are many questions to consider to tailor messages and advocacy. Together for Girls recommends asking your team the questions outlined in this document.
Priority actions from a multi-sectoral response to Lao's national Violence against Children Survey (VACS).
This National Plan of Action provides a five-year national framework for all stakeholders committed to preventing and responding to violence against women and children in Zanzibar.
The five-year National Plan of Action to End Violence Against Women and Children has been developed by consolidating eight different action plans.
This is the first ever National girls’ and young women’s empowerment framework outlines the government’s commitment to the empowerment of girls and young women through ensuring that they actively and effectively participate at all levels of social, economic, and political development.
Moving from research into action, the Multi-Sector Task Force agreed key “Priority Responses” across a number of sectors to address the problem of violence: the Police, Justice, Education, Health and Social Welfare, HIV and AIDS, Local Government, Community Development, Civil Society and the Religious Community.