Video - Violence is preventable - what works?
Watch our latest film capturing the results from the What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women & Girls Global Programme, funded by UK Aid, which has been investing in primary prevention efforts across Africa and Asia for the last six years, efforts that seek to understand and address the underlying causes of violence, effective interventions to prevent it and evidence on the costs of VAWG. Results from 13 countries in Africa and Asia on what works (and doesn’t) to prevent violence have shown that violence against women and girls IS preventable.
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This video highlights the key moments of the breakfast with the media event that MenCare+ Bandebereho project hosted at Landstar Hotel in Kigali, December 2013. MenCare+ Bandebereho is implemented by RWAMREC
Students of Groupe Scolaire Runyombyi 2 received a visit of the Regional Director of PLAN. As part of the ceremonies, the students performed this role play in English so that interpretation wont be necessary.
Laura Bates, Founder of Everyday Sexism Project asks experts from the UK, Rwanda and Bosnia what happens when the trauma of war moves from the front line to the family, exploring how to work with men and boys to combat the cycle of violence when war ends.