Gender-based violence is basically an umbrella term for any injurious act committed against a person based on socially ascribed (i.e. gender) differences between males and females. It includes acts that inflict physical, sexual, or mental harm or suffering, threats of such acts, coercion, and other deprivations of liberty. These acts can occur in public or in private spaces. Common forms of GBV include sexual violence (rape, attempted rape, unwanted touching, sexual exploitation, and sexual harassment), intimate partner violence (also referred to as domestic violence, including physical, emotional, sexual, and economic abuse), forced and early marriage and female genital mutilation. Gender-based violence is recognized as a widespread international public health and human rights issue.
During humanitarian crises and disasters, several things happen which have the possibility of aggravating risks of experiencing Gender-Based Violence. Some of these include increased militarization, lack of and measures in place, inadequate community and state protection during wars, displacement, scarcity of essential resources, and services disruption of community services, changes in cultural and gender norms, and ascriptions disrupted relationships and weakened infrastructure. This training as such seeks to look at world accepted best practices in dealing with gender-based violence pulling from experiences of world-recognized organizations like USAID. Primero, international Rescue Committee, International Medical Corps, UHCR, UNFPA, Unicef among others.
The individual cost for the training workshop is USD 900 for individual participants and USD 799 for groups above 10 participants exclusive of 16% VAT. This covers the training fee, resource materials, and conference package. Participants will be responsible for their own travel expenses and arrangements, such as airport transfers (and visa application, where necessary), food and accommodation, health/accident insurance, and other personal expenses.
The target groups are humanitarian and development management practitioners, non-governmental workers and government staff
By the end of the training, participants will have an in-depth understanding of:
How to build a foundation for GBV Case Management
The various steps of GBV case management
Ways of handling GBV case management when it comes to women and girls
Ways of handling GBV case management with other vulnerable groups in society
Monitoring quality of GBV Case management services, supervision, and staff care
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All graduates of SDS are provided with dedicated coaches to accompany them after completion of the training including receiving recent and relevant journals, research, and benchmarking practices on topical issues in respective disciplines.
This course has beginners and advanced modules and SDS will advise individuals appropriately after reviewing their applications.
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