Technical Assistance

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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.

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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 guide complements the Toolkit for Compliance with USAID Policy on Gender Equality by offering practical examples and tips to assist implementers with integrating gender into implementation of USAID/Lebanon-funded projects and activities.

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This guide complements the Toolkit for Compliance with USAID Policy on Gender Equality by offering practical examples and tips to assist USAID/Lebanon staff with integrating gender throughout the USAID program cycle. A companion How-To guide for implementers can be found at this link.

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This toolkit was developed to support the implementation of the USAID Gender Equality and Female Empowerment Policy. It provides guidance and resources for USAID/Lebanon staff and implementing mechanisms (IMs) about how to integrate gender throughout USAID’s program cycle, including monitoring and evaluating. The Toolkit provides the following components: an overview of USAID’s policy guidance on gender integration; guidance on gender analyses and integrating gender into solicitations, monitoring, evaluating, and learning; and tools for gender integration.

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This report synthesizes findings from the 2015 implementation of the PEPFAR Gender-Based Violence Initiatives (GBVI) in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Mozambique, and Tanzania. This three-year, interagency initiative is aimed at improving HIV prevention, care, and treatment at all levels of society. Findings from this and the three country-specific reports will be used to inform programming and future initiatives. 

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In this report, AIDSFree reviewed the PEPFAR Gender-Based Violence Initiative (GBVI) in Tanzania in 2015 to assess lessons of the initiative's implementation. The PEPFAR GBVI is aimed at improving HIV prevention, care, and treatment at all levels of society in Tanzania. The AIDSFree team reviewed 65 documents and spoke with more than 50 stakeholders to complete the assessment. Findings from this report will be used to inform programming and future initiatives.

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In this report, AIDSFree reviewed the PEPFAR Gender-Based Violence Initiative (GBVI) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in 2015 to assess lessons of the initiative's implementation. The PEPFAR GBVI is aimed at improving HIV prevention, care, and treatment at all levels of society in the DRC. The AIDSFree team reviewed 21 documents and spoke with 26 stakeholders to complete the assessment. Findings from this report will be used to inform programming and future initiatives.

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