[Photo retrieved from amyoes.com/galleries]
Submitted by Amy Oestreicher
Submitted by: Erika Bonnevie
Co-Authors: Jennifer Wagman, Fred Nalugoda, Gertrude Nakigozi, Neema Nakyanjo, Paul Fleming
[Photo: World Vision Kenya]
Submitted by Phiona Naserian Koyiet, World Vision Kenya, National Coordinator Gender and Disability.
[Photo: Adapted from World Bank Voices]
Submitted by Jennifer Scott
[Photo: Scott Wallace/World Bank]
Submitted by Melissa Hidrobo and Shalini Roy
Guest Blogger/Author: Susan Bartels
Co-Author: Saja Michael
Submitted by: Kristin Kay Gundersen
Co-Authors: Jamila K. Stockman, Kiyomi Tsuyuki, Daniela Knauth, and Regina Maria Barbosa
The Sexual Violence Research Initiative is looking for guest bloggers with original ideas and fresh outlooks. Blogs provide an opportunity to teach, share and inspire others. The SVRI and World Bank networks and platforms provide to a global audience of researchers, policy-makers, funders and many others.
Here is a list of possible topics you could focus on:
[Photo: Raising Voices]
Written by Sophie Namy, Raising Voices and Catherine Carlson, Global Mental Health Program/New York State Psychiatric Institute
Submitted by Elizabeth Dartnall, SVRI
The Family Planning High Impact Practices initiative is a global collective working to identify “high impact practices” in the field of family planning. They have put out a brief on all current family planning programmes and practices assessed as “high impact”.
Results from a sustained impact evaluation of a psychosocial intervention targeting men to prevent intimate partner violence.
Written by Henny Slegh and Marian Tankink
Submitted by Sanni Bundgaard, Advisor for Care for Women Survivors, International Rescue Committee
[Image: Juba, South Sudan, 2016]
Written by Lizle Loots1 and Elizabeth Dartnall2
Independent Consultant1; Sexual Violence Research Initiative2
[Photo credit: PFP]
Submitted by Professor Nancy Glass, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and Mitima Mpanano Remy, Director-PAIDEK microfinance
[Photo credit: RAINN]
Written by Janine Natalya Clark, School of Law, University of Birmingham
[Photo credit: Enterprising Oxford].
Submitted by Morma Moremi, Sexual Violence Research Initiative
[Photo credit: LVCT]
Submitted by Carol Ajema 1, Dr. Lina Digolo 1, Karanja Muraya 2 and Millicent Kiruki 1
1 LVCT Health
2 SOWED Kenya
The school has been identified as one of the settings where children are exposed to violence.
[Photo credit: Global Rights for Women]
Submitted by Michele R. Decker, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health