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Evaluation of What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls now completed

We are pleased to share our work on evaluating DFID’s flagship research and innovation programme on preventing violence against women and girls across 16 countries.

Thursday 28 May 2020, Lauren Atherton

As fears mount that the pandemic will bring increased risks to vulnerable women and girls in low income countries, this work has particular relevance.

IMC led a consortium for this 3-year Performance Evaluation of DFID’s flagship What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls Research and Innovation Programme.

We are pleased to say the final report was submitted and accepted by DFID in March 2020, and has now been published online and is available to download here.

 

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