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(Participants at a Training of Trainers for facilitators of male advocates groups, in Da Nang, Vietnam)
Partners for Prevention (P4P) Regional Joint Programme is excited to announce the launch of a joint intervention to engage male advocates in the prevention of violence against women and girls.
The quantitative survey on masculinities and gender-based violence in Papua New Guinea was conducted from 2012 to 2013 by the Medical Research Council, South Africa, with support from UNDP PNG, the UNDP Regional Pacific Centre and Partners for Prevention. The Summary Report entitled “Family, Health and Safety Study” presents statistics with regard to the lives and experiences of 864 men and 879 women surveyed and is a representative sample for Bougainville.
Partners for Prevention (P4P) is excited to announce that a new prevention intervention will commence in March in Papua New Guinea (PNG)-Bougainville. Funded under the UN Peace Building Fund in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, UN Women and UNICEF PNG will lead the joint programme, Planim Save, Kamap Strongpela (Plant Knowledge, Grow Strong) to prevent violence against women.
On 15 February 2015 the Royal Government of the Kingdom of Cambodia officially launched its second National Action Plan to Prevent Violence Against Women 2014-2018 (NAPVAW), reinforcing its commitment to eliminating violence against women.
UN agencies launch joint effort to prevent violence against women and girls in Asia and the Pacific