The report reviewed 50 program evaluations carried out from July 2011 to June 2013 and includes the results of a survey of CARE partners, who gave their opinion about how to strengthen CARE’s work to end violence against women and girls.
Key strategies identified by the report include:
- scaling-up innovative approaches to engage men and boys as part of comprehensive strategies to promote gender equality and GBV prevention
- supporting the establishment of national GBV action plans involving participation of civil society (particularly women’s organisations and movements) and affected people
- calling for global targets to reduce GBV to measure progress and promote accountability.