This page offers several infographics that can be used to alert the public about what to do if one is experience violence. The infographics cover the topics of making a safety plan, and how the health system, the government resources, and health workers can help.
Gender Based Violence
This page offeers health workers as well as the general public answers to questions about violence against women in the context of CIVID-19.
COVID-19 has upended the lives of children and families across the globe and is impacting efforts to end child marriage and female genital mutilation (FGM). Actions taken to contain the spread of the pandemic – such as school closures and movement restrictions – are disrupting children’s routines and their support systems.
During this time of social distancing and isolation, there is an increased risk of domestic violence. Women and children are most vulnerable. To change, men have to want to stop being hurtful towards others.
The Minimum Standards comprise a set of 18 inter-connected standards that draw upon UNFPA’s comparative advantage and global expertise and are based on international best practice.
Based on existing published and grey literature, the authors* document nine main (direct and indirect) pathways linking pandemics and Violence against Women and Children (VAW/C)
This briefing note aims at giving an overview of risks of gender-based violence (GBV) in the context of COVID-19 pandemic. It also includes recommendations to mitigate risks and ensure access to lifesaving GBV services. The last section contains a list of useful resources.
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing unimaginable human suffering and is likely to heighten gender-based inequalities around the world. As economic activity comes to a halt, women who face disadvantage in access to decent work will suffer the most.
Ceci est une liste de questions pour les enfants concernant la violence de genre, à utiliser dans les écoles en Cote d'Ivoire.