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In recent years, the Inter-Agency Standing Committee, Sphere, and other humanitarian working groups established important guidelines for GBV in emergencies. Humanitarian practitioners have focused more attention on GBV in both emergency and development settings, and have made strides toward meeting survivors’ multidimensional needs, empowering women and children in particular, and decreasing their vulnerability to exploitation and abuse.

Reliable data is crucial to informing the humanitarian response to gender-based violence. The humanitarian community had not had a tried-and-tested approach for the collection, management and sharing of GBV-related data generated through service delivery. That gap hindered programming potential, inter-agency coordination and advocacy efforts. A robust GBV information management system now exists, and has been implemented in over 20 countries over nearly 10 years, the Gender-Based Violence Information Management System (GBVIMS). The GBVIMS initiative was originally launched in 2006 by UNOCHA, UNHCR, and the IRC. The GBVIMS Steering Committee now consists of UNFPA, UNICEF, UNHCR, IRC and IMC.

Latest news and updates

July 29, 2021

New Resources: GBVIMS+ Case Management Companion Guide: Now Out!

The GBVIMS+ Case Management Companion Guide is designed to accompany the GBVIMS+ User Guide and highlight the forms, features, and functionalities in GBVIMS+ that facilitate GBV case management service provision, supervision, including remote supervision, and monitoring quality of GBV case management services. Access the GBVIMS+ Case Management Companion Guide here

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July 26, 2021

Stories from the field: GBV Case Management Capacity Building in the Gambia.

Check out the latest update from the rollout of the GBV Case Management Capacity Building Initiative in the Gambia!

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February 5, 2021

COVID-19 Guidance on Remote GBV Services Focusing on Phone-based Case Management and Hotlines OUT NOW!!!

The COVID-19 Guidance on Remote GBV Services Focusing on Phone-based Case Management and Hotlines is OUT NOW!!! Through the GBV Area of Responsibility Helpdesk, GBV responder organisations and agencies International Medical Corps, International Rescue Committee, Trócaire, Norwegian Church Aid, Plan International, UNICEF, UNFPA and UNHCR came together to develop this Guidance to assist GBV responders […]

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