GVHC Projects on Preventing VAW

Project title Description Main contact person Status
Indashyikirwa Evaluation

 

An impact evaluation of a community IPV prevention programme implemented from August 2014-August 2018 in rural Rwanda as part of the Global What Works to Prevent Violence against Women and Girls Programme

 

Erin Stern Ongoing
MAISHA: Preventing violence against women in Tanzania Mixed methods study with the overal aims of: 1) evaluating a social empowerment intervention to prevent intimate partner violence against women; and 2) gaining further insights into the different forms of violence against women, the drivers of violence against women, and the consequences of violence against women.

 

Sheila Harvey Ongoing
UZIKWASA

 

Qualitative evaluation of impact of a community based media and behaviour change programme on IPV (Tanga, Tanzania)

 

Shelley Lees Ongoing
IMAGE longitudinal longitudinal study on the scale up of the IMAGE (intervention with microfinance for AIDS and gender equity) in South Africa Meghna Ranganathan Ongoing
Learning Initative on Norms Exploitation and Abuse (LINEA) LINEA is an international, multi-pronged project testing how social norm theory can be used to reduce the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents (SECA) in regions across the world. Ana Maria Buller Ongoing
The SASA! Study Mixed-methods evaluation of a community mobilisation intervention to prevent violence against women and reduce HIV risk in Kampala, Uganda. (Cluster randomised trial, process evaluation, qualitative study, costing study) Tanya Abramsky Completed
The Intervention with Microfinance for AIDS and Gender Equity (IMAGE) study Cluster randomised trial of a microfinance and participatory gender training programme for the prevention of intimate-partner violence and HIV in rural South Africa Charlotte Watts Completed
Evaluation of “Education is a Conversation” Cluster RCT of a violence prevention and reproductive and sexual health intervention in conflict-affected Northern Uganda – study dropped after formative and protocol Mazeda Hossain Completed
Gender norms and economic empowerment intervention to reduce intimate partner violence against women in rural Côte d’Ivoire: a randomized controlled pilot study.

 

RCT evaluation of Village Savings & Loan intervention + gender dialogue group

 

Mazeda Hossain Completed
Men & Women in Partnership: a cluster randomised trial of an intervention to prevent violence against women in rural Côte d’Ivoire, a conflict-affected setting

 

RCT evaluation of a men’s group intervention to prevent VAWG in a conflict-affected setting

 

Mazeda Hossain Completed
Qualitative impact evaluation of RCT on CT, food and vouchers and IPV  (Ecuador)

 

Qualitative impact evaluation component of RCT on CT, food and vouchers and IPV  (Ecuador)

 

Ana Maria Buller Completed
Qualitative impact evaluation of RCT on CT, food and vouchers and IPV  (Mali)

 

Qualitative impact evaluation component of RCT on CT, food and vouchers and IPV  (Mali)

 

Ana Maria Buller/Nambusi Kyegombe Completed
Samvedana Plus CRT of intervention to reduce IPV and increase consistent condom use among female sex workers in north Karnataka, India Tara Beattie Completed
Project Samata (Equality)

 

to support adolescent girls from marginalised communities to enter and remain in secondary school until completion (aged 16), and thereby delay their age at marriage and potential entry into sex work , India

 

Tara Beattie Completed
Evaluation guidance development for violence prevention programming in conflict settings

 

Guidance for violence prevention programming in conflict settings (Sub-analysis of Cote d’Ivoire research, systematic review, secondary data analysis)

 

Mazeda Hossain Completed
Review of the global evidence on pathways by which cash transfers impact IPV

 

Systematic review/secondary data analysis of the pathways through which cash transfers impact on IPV Ana Maria Buller Completed
What works to prevent violence against women? (Component 1)

 

DFID funded programme to eliminate violence against women – LSHTM is a core member of the consortium and is the economic evaluation lead

 

Giulia Ferrari Ongoing
STRIVE

 

Research consortium investigating the social norms and inequalities that drive HIV structural drivers for HIV

 

Mitzy Gafos Ongoing

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