Reflections on the Maisha HIV and AIDS conference: addressing the HIV and GBV dual epidemic in Kenya (2017)
The theme of the conference is : Framework to action: Devolution and its opportunities in addressing GBV
This conference will be held between the 26th and 27th November 2015,and will feature abstract driven sessions , expert panel discussion, plenary discussions along the following strategic areas:
SF 1: Legal and policy frameworks on GBV
SF 2: Strengthening Research, Innovation and knowledge management to eradicate GBV
SF 3: Domestic Financing for Sustainable GBV Prevention and Response
SF 4: Male engagement on GBV
SF 5: ICT: Emerging technologies an GBV prevention and Response
SF 6: Emerging and crosscutting Issues on GBV
This report elaborates on the need for statistical surveys on violence against women
and the role of national statistical agencies in producing the data required to address this
issue. It outlines a number of essential considerations for surveys on violence against women,
discusses the merits of surveys specifically dedicated to measuring such violence and discusses
the drawbacks of survey modules vis-à-vis dedicated surveys.
The Global status report on violence prevention 2014 builds on existing commitments by several United Nations agencies to support countries in their violence prevention efforts. It identifies clear gaps and opportunities and inspires us to action. Further, it provides a baseline and a set of indicators to track future violence prevention progress. Please join us in ensuring its findings are made use of and its recommendations implemented, particularly as we anticipate the adoption of the post-2015 development agenda.
This brochure provides brief overview of the multi-sectoral SGBV indicators in Kenya.
How do we close the gap between the people moving forward and the people being left behind?
Researchers, policymakers, and programmers have long recognized that gender plays a role in vulnerability to HIV/AIDS and its impacts in every region in the world. This publication highlights the linkage therein
The Mission of Kisumu County is , “To promote gender equity and equality for all residents through influencing development of gender responsive policies and service delivery.”
This publication provides data on children that is critical towards improving their situations.