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Gender-Based Violence Analysis for USAID/Honduras: Final Report

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Key topics: Gender and Inclusive Development, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research


Related countries: Honduras

The Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Analysis for USAID/Honduras was conducted between August and December 2015 by a four-person technical team. Specific objectives of the GBV Analysis included:

  1. Complete time-sensitive primary research in the field, relying on research methodologies, such as survey research, focus groups, individual interviews, and other methods as appropriate, in order to identify and analyze the most common forms, incidence, and causes of GBV in target communities.
  2. Make recommendations for strategic investments by USAID/Honduras that would potentially decrease levels of GBV.
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