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These training slides for module 3 (of 4) are focused on refreshing health care providers and social welfare officers on preventing gender-based violence (GBV) and violence against children (VAC). 

More information about EnCompass' work with AIDSFree is available here, and you can find the other training slides in this set at the following links:

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These training slides for this module 2 (of 4) provide learning competencies to health care workers and social welfare officers on interpersonal communication skills, medical, medicolegal, and psychosocial care and support to the survivors of gender-based violence (GBV) and violence against children (VAC). 

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These training slides for module 1 (of 4) introduce the concepts, causes, magnitude, and consequences of gender-based violence (GBV) and violence against children (VAC). It prepares participants to understand essential elements of GBV and VAC and their linkages with public health, human rights, poverty, SRHR, and HIV.

Ethiopian Mother, Father, and Baby

The United States celebrates Fathers’ Day on the third Sunday each June, commemorating the contributions of fathers and father figures in children’s lives. Many men recognize the importance of being engaged and responsible fathers, but they are limited by gender norms and responsibilities that define caregiving and unpaid care work as primarily female activities.

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As a companion guide to technical guidance on Clinical Management of Children and Adolescents Who Have Experienced Sexual Violence, this document is intended to help providers understand and facilitate social and community support for children and adolescents who experience sexual violence.

Ethiopian mother and child

EnCompass serves as gender advisor in a consortium, led by Pathfinder International, implementing USAID’s Transform: Primary Health Care project in Ethiopia. The consortium will work with USAID/Ethiopia and the Ethiopian Ministry of Health to advance gender equality and end preventable child and maternal deaths in four of the most populous regions in Ethiopia. EnCompass also provides assistance in capacity building and quality improvement initiatives in this role. 

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Under a five-year contract with USAID, EnCompass manages the Global Health Professional and Organizational Development (GHPOD) II program. GHPOD’s role is to provide professional and organizational development support to USAID’s health sector staff around the world to build their capacity to lead and manage health programs. Through the GHPOD mechanism, EnCompass provides a variety of training and learning programs to build capacity in technical areas, program management, leadership, personal and team effectiveness, retreats and strategic meetings, and staff performance management.

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This special study for Save the Children’s Saving Newborn Lives (SNL) program provided an opportunity to return to two countries, Indonesia and Mali, four years after SNL ended its in-country activities. The study has three components: two case studies which investigate what has happened to the momentum for and institutionalization of newborn health in Indonesia and Mali, and a synthesis report that draws lessons from the two case studies.

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This special study for Save the Children’s Saving Newborn Lives (SNL) program provided an opportunity to return to two countries, Indonesia and Mali, four years after SNL ended its in-country activities. The study has three components: two case studies which investigate what has happened to the momentum for and institutionalization of newborn health in Indonesia and Mali, and a synthesis report that draws lessons from the two case studies.

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This special study for Save the Children’s Saving Newborn Lives (SNL) program provided an opportunity to return to two countries, Indonesia and Mali, four years after SNL ended its in-country activities. The study has three components: two case studies which investigate what has happened to the momentum for and institutionalization of newborn health in Indonesia and Mali, and a synthesis report that draws lessons from the two case studies.

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