Building Jordan’s GBV Prevention System

 After more than eight years of conflict and crisis in Syria, the response in Jordan has moved from an acute phase to a more protracted response approach. Though extremely challenging, this situation also has presented a special window of opportunity for Jordan to responds to and prevent  gender-based violence (GBV) among Syrians, as well as women and girls in the host community  Jordan’s experience demonstrates that initial emergency interventions open up opportunities to develop of longer-term policies and created a more robust national system on prevention and response to GBV. This session will showcasing lessons learned that attendees can apply in their home communities as well as the contexts in which they serve. This session is convened by the  Institute for Family Health/King Hussein Foundation; Jordan River Foundation; Royal Health Awareness Society

DATE Thu, 14 November
TIME 11:00 - 12:30 EAT
Location Courtyard 2
Ending gender-based violence and harmful practices
Event type Concurrent Sessions

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