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Tools for » Sexual Violence Programme Landscape in Eastern DRC
Project ID:00078606Description:UNA018 Eastern DRC SV Landscap
UN Action Agst Sexual Violence
Start Date *: 8 Jun 2011
UN Action Against Sexual Viole
End Date*: 9 Jun 2013
Country: United Nations Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   UNDP - UNDP(MDTF/PUNO only).

The proposed project will conduct a SV programme landscape analysis. Its primary objective will be the establishment of a sustainable and dynamic Eastern SV Program Landscape excel-based platform. This user-friendly and detailed platform will form a DRC knowledge base of a) SV programmes; b) SV programme implementers and c) programming gaps with regard the priorities of the UN Comprehensive Strategy on combating sexual violence in conflict/DRC National Strategy on Gender-Based violence.[1]  This information will be continuously available graphically on Google Maps, thus allowing for freedom of access to information on programming needs across the East for humanitarian practitioners and the international community alike.

Such knowledge will reveal the extent to which priorities of the components of the UN Comprehensive Strategy/DRC National Strategy, and also geographical territories, are being neglected in programming efforts. Furthermore, duplication of efforts can be prevented, the geographical spread of NGOs can be better harmonised, and the available capacity of organisations to deliver assistance can be identified. Advocacy strategies can then be prepared for bolstering capacities where necessary, and highlighting those geographical areas and specialisations which remain neglected in our efforts to respond to SV. Thus this project proposal is the product of the needs identified by UN Agencies, MONUSCO sections and the Ministry of Gender coordinating the implementation of the UN Comprehensive Strategy/DRC National Strategy.


[1] The two strategies are referred to together as the UN Comprehensive Strategy including its Action Plan with component priorities was directly incorporated into the DRC National Strategy on Gender-Based violence  which now forms the framework of action for all actors combating SV in the DRC.

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