SVRI and the World Bank Group’s Development Marketplace for Innovation on GBV Prevention and Response, 2018

 

 

This year, the SVRI and the World Bank Group are supporting 11 teams from around the world to evaluate and strengthen innovative GBV prevention and response programmes.  SVRI and WBG Development 2018 Development Marketplace award winners are:                                                 

Examining the effectiveness of a gender transformative approach in economic empowerment programs to reduce intimate partner violence
Lead agency: Send A Cow
PI: Peg Bavin
Blogs:
 Can economic empowerment reduce Intimate Partner Violence?Can gender transformative economic programmes reduce IPV?
Poster: Examining the effectiveness of a gender transformative approach in economic empowerment programs to reduce intimate partner violence
Film: Alice & Agnes

Zona Segura: A trauma-informed youth-centered innovative solution to teen dating violence prevention in Honduras
Lead agency: Internet Sexuality Information Services, Inc. (YTH)
PI: Bhupendra Sheoran
Blogs: 
Talking Teen Dating Violence (TDV) in Tegucigalpa ; Designing ZonaSegura: a mobile solution to combat teen dating violence in HondurasZonaSegura: Innovative app for violence prevention in Honduras
Poster: Zona Segura -  A trauma-informed youth-centered innovative solution to teen dating violence prevention

Assessing the long-term impacts of Individual-Agency-Centered Training (I-ACT) - an empowerment training intervention - on gender based violence and household energy use in humanitarian settings in Rwanda
Lead agency: Fundación Plan International España
PIs: Dr. Anita Shankar, Naira Kalra, Lameck Habumugisha and Luis García La Moneda
Blog: 
Gender-based violence risk is a part of daily life in refugee camps
Poster: Assessing the long-term impacts of empowerment training on gender based violence and household energy use in humanitarian settings in Rwanda

Training local leaders to prevent and reduce gender-based violence in their communities: Impact evaluation of Leaders in Action
Lead agency: Innovations for Poverty Action
PI: Juan Manuel Hernández-Agramonte
Poster: 
Training local leaders to prevent and reduce gender-based violence in their communities: impact evaluation of leaders in action

Diffusion of gender norms change at the community level in Nepal
Lead agency: Equal Access International
PI: Kyleigh Payne
Blogs: 

Jimirebhar Says ‘NO’ to Violence
Building A ‘Violence-free’ Community!
Poster: Diffusion of Gender Norms Change at the Community Level in Nepal
Webinar: Change Starts at Home - Intervening on social norms to prevent intimate partner violence against women in Nepal

Adaptation and scale up of School Action Groups in schools in Bougainville and Papua New Guinea
Lead agency: Equal Playing Field
PI: Lauren Siegmann
Poster: 
Adapting and scaling up Respectful Relationships and School Action Group programs to prevent violence against women and girls in Papua New Guinea

Geeks against GBV: Unlocking potential of new change makers and leveraging ICT solutions
Lead agency: Enterprise Incubator Foundation
PI:  Bagrat Yengibaryan
Poster: 
Geeks against GBV: Unlocking potential of new change makers and leveraging ICT solutions

Evaluating a walking school bus as a school-related gender-based violence intervention in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Lead agency: Human Sciences Research Council
PI:  Zaynab Essack
Poster: 
Evaluating a walking school bus as a school related gender-based violence intervention in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Impact evaluation of the Adolescent Mothers Program of the Juanfe Foundation for the prevention of gender-based violence in Colombia
Lead agency: Fundación Juan Felipe Gómez Escobar
PI:  Arturo Harker
Poster: 
Evaluating the Impact of the Teenage Mothers Program of Juanfe Foundation on Gender Based Violence, Colombia /  Evaluación de Impacto del Programa de Madres Adolescentes de la Fundación Juanfe para la prevención de Violencia Basada en Genero, Colombia

Culture for change: Prevention of gender based violence in Cambodia
Lead agency:  Monash University
PI: Maurice Eisenbruch
Poster: 
Culture for Change: Preventing gender-based violence in Cambodia

Prevention of intimate partner violence among newly married couples in Jordan
Lead agency: Try Center for Training and Education
PI: Majd Hammad
Poster:
 Preventing intimate partner violence (IPV) among newly-weds in Jordan

 

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