- Partnered with community leaders and local organizations in Gaza, Inhambane, Cabo Delgado, and Maputo provinces to promote gender equality and challenge the harmful gender stereotypes that perpetuate violence
- Trained health providers and police officers to offer a range of services to survivors of violence, and strengthen linkages between and across services
- Built the capacity of health facilities and health systems to reduce stock-outs of essential drugs and supplies critical for violence survivors (such as emergency contraception and post-exposure prophylaxis to prevent HIV transmission)
- Played a leading role in the national Coalition for Sexual and Reproductive Health, and organize advocacy events related to gender-based violence and the rights of survivors
Bolstering Multisectoral Action to Address Gender-based Violence and Advance Health & Rights
This project worked with communities to combat the harmful gender stereotypes that perpetuate violence, trained health providers and police officers to offer respectful services to survivors of violence, and advocated nationally for survivors’ rights.