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(UNICEF/UN076725/Delil Souleiman; A community outreach volunteer meets with a woman and several children in a large tented space in the Ain Issa camp for internally displaced children and their families near Raqqa, Syria.)

This was first published by UNICEF - Innocenti. Permission to publish on the SVRI Blog was given by the authors.

[Gallo images/ The Times / Fredlin Adriaan]

This was first published by Huffington Post South Africa. Permission to publish on the SVRI Blog was given by the author.

[Photo credit: IRH]

Written by Courtney J. McLarnon-Silk, Esther Spindler (IRH); Francesca Quirke (Tearfund) 

This was first published by the Institute for Reproductive Health, Georgetown University. Permission to publish on the SVRI Blog was given by the authors.

[Photo: Simone D. McCourtie / World Bank]

Written by Elizabeth Dartnall, Morma Moremi and Laura Fitzhenry, Sexual Violence Research Initiative 

[Photo: Rod Waddington]

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

By Jennifer Wagman, University of California San Diego 

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A Community Health Volunteer facilitating a Men Group PM+ session (Photo: Jacinta Sila, World Vision Kenya)

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

Written by Phiona Naserian Koyiet, World Vision Kenya

[Image: Rawpixel]

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

Written by Rebecca Fielding-Miller, Center on Gender Equity and Health, University of California, San Diego

[Photo: Mohammad Aminul Islam Khandaker]

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

Shalini Roy and Melissa Hidrobo (drafted in coordination with Smita Aggarwal), International Food Policy Research Institute

[Photo: Urdu News World]

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

Written by Ammar A. Malik, Yasemin Irvin-Erickson, Urban Institute; Faisal Kamiran, Data Science Lab, Information Technology University Punjab

Sexual harassment and violence in urban public spaces

[Image: Shutterstock]

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

Written by Laura Hinson, Jennifer Mueller, and Lila O’Brien-Milne, International Center for Research on Women

[Photo credit: Samuel Tewolde]

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

Written by Anne Bennett, MA1 and Vandana Sharma, MD, MPH1,2

1Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Cambridge, United States
2Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, United States

[Photo: Dr Frank Karioris]

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

By Dr Elena Kim, Dr Elena Molchanova, Aigerim Bakubatova, and Dr Frank G. Karioris, American University of Central Asia

[Photo: Violence Against Children Survey Training in Honduras, Led by CDC]

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

Written by Begoña Fernandez, Together for Girls

[Photo: Liliana Istrate-Burciu]

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

By Daniela Misail-Nichitin, International Center for Women’s Rights Protection and Promotion "La Strada”

[Photograph: Egyptian Ministry of Manpower]

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

Written by Dr Ramadan Mohamed, the American University in Cairo

Informal refugee camps in Greece. (Photo: Bridget Relyea)

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

Written by the Gender-Based Violence (GBV) research group at WAHA International

[Image: Shannonpins]

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

Written by Michele R. Decker, Johns Hopkins University

[Photo credit: DB Peru]

SVRI World Bank Group Development Marketplace #16Days 2017 Blog Series

Written by Dr Geordan Shannon, University College London

[Photo credit: Ecostinger]

Written by Silvie Bovarnick, International Centre: researching child sexual exploitation, violence and trafficking, University of Bedfordshire

[Photo credit: Liz Bannish]

Written by Lisa Aronson Fontes, University of Massachusetts Amherst

This was first published by Psychology Today. Permission to publish on the SVRI Blog was given by the authors.

Abuse and control persist long after professionals think “the case” is closed.

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