Partners for Prevention is a UNDP, UNFPA, UN Women and UNV regional joint programme for the prevention of violence against women and girls in Asia and the Pacific. The joint programme brings together the combined strengths of the four UN agencies, along with governments and civil society, to promote and implement more effective violence prevention programmes and policies. Partners for Prevention Phase 1 (2008-2013) focused on research, capacity development and networking, and communication for social change. The programme is now in it's second Phase (2014 - 2017) which is focused on prevention interventions, capacity development and policy advocacy. Learn more about both Phases and our current work in what we do


Participating Agencies

Supported by:

The Australian Government Overseas Aid Programme

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