Case Studies

Integrating Protection: An Integrated Approach to Gender-Based Violence and Child Protection

This Islamic Relief publication (May 2017) ‘Integrating Protection: An Integrated Approach to Gender-Based Violence and Child Protection’ summarises key lessons from activities and experience in…

Religion, santé et droits des femmes : Points de désaccord et opportunités

Une publication de Norad et UNFPA, 2016 Le présent document est destiné notamment à informer les États Membres, les organisations de la société civile, dont…

Religión, salud y derechos de la mujer: puntos de conflicto y oportunidades

Una publicación de Norad y UNFPA, 2016. Este documento pretende informar a los Estados Miembros; las organizaciones de la sociedad civil, incluidas las organizaciones confesionales;…

Hand in hand: Bible studies to transform our response to sexual violence

This book explores passages from the Bible to help us gain some insight into the impact of sexual violence on our communities and churches, and to suggest…

LIFTING OUR VOICES, BUILDING HOPE: Listening to survivors of sexual violence in Colombia

Fifty years of political conflict, fuelled by illegal drug trafficking, political corruption and an unequal distribution of wealth and access to development opportunities, have left an…

Case Study DRC: Promoting gender equality in WASH programmes

Women and girls are disproportionately affected by a lack of access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), and shoulder the largest burden in water collection….

Women preparing for Leadership in Lebanon with Association Najdeh (AN)

AN is one of CAFOD’s only partners working exclusively on women’s rights and empowerment, providing Palestinian refugee women in Lebanon with the necessary skills to become leaders…

Case Study Kenya: Working to eradicate female genital mutilation

Some 3 million women and girls face female genital mutilation (FGM) every year.  In Maralal, Kenya, the story is no different. CAFOD partner Caritas Maralal…

Case Study Columbia: Supporting women human rights defenders

Colombia is one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a human rights defender. On average, a human rights defender was killed…

How and why does ‘Channels of Hope’ work?

World Vision’s faith-base and long-term relationship with communities has earned us the trust of faith leaders. As a result, they have allowed us to challenge and…

Community Vision for Change

World Vision Solomon Islands (WVSI) is changing people’s beliefs and behaviour around gender-based violence in five marginalised urban Honiara communities, where most children live in…

CHANNELS OF HOPE FOR GENDER: UGANDA CASE STUDY

World Vision has created a case study on Gender Justice in Uganda. Click here to access the case study for more inspiration.

Zimbabwe: The Gender Faith Network

Zimbabwe: The Gender Faith Network A presentation by Sheila Murimoga, Senior Programme Officer, Gender and Inequalities, Christian Aid, Zimbabwe, January 2015

Clapping with Both Hands: Promoting Gender Equality, 15 Studies of Good Practice

This 2012 publication brings together 15 case studies demonstrating gender good practice from programmes run by ACT Alliance members and their partners around the world. It…

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