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Scaling up Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Response in Nairobi and Coast, Kenya

In 2011, Pathfinder’s APHIAplus Nairobi-Coast project facilitated the expansion of a gender-based violence prevention and response program in Kenya that works to strengthen both the community and health systems. The program’s strategy aims to: mobilize communities to shift the sociocultural norms and inequities that are at the root of gender-based violence; foster supportive policies; enhance the delivery of quality medical, psychosocial, and legal services for survivors; and strengthen multisectoral collaboration and coordination through community and facility structures and processes.

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