Gender-Based Violence (Issue brief)

An overview of CARE's approach to tackling gender based violence - what are the root causes? How can NGOs and governments tackle the multiple causes and consequences?. Includes example of CARE's programme work on 'engaging men and boys', and our holistic approach to survivor services including 'one stop shops'.

  • Countries: Bosnia and Herzegowina, Burkina Faso, India, Global
  • Published: March 2013

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