SVRI Grant 2014

Through a competitive selection process the following projects were awarded grants through SVRI Grant 2014: 

Primary prevention of sexual and intimate partner violence for male and female adolescents who experience conflict and non-conflict related stressors, DRC
Lead Agency: Johns Hopkins School of Nursing 
Project PI: Prof Nancy Glass

Blog: Pigs for Peace and Rabbits for Resilience: Congolese livestock/animal microfinance initiatives
Journal Articles:

Research Brief: Preventing risky behaviours among adolescents in conflict-affected communities

Development of an early parenting intervention to promote and support effective parenting practices in South Africa
Lead Agency: Health Economics HIV/AIDS Research Division, University of KwaZulu Natal 
Project PI: Dr Tamaryn Crankshaw

BlogSikhula ndawonye – developing an early parenting intervention for women with infants <12 months of age
Sikhula Ndawonye Video Series
Summary Brief: Parenting interventions 

Identifying the causal effect of education on adult women’s experience of intimate partner violence and forced sex in Malawi & Uganda 
Lead AgencyThe Research Foundation of SUNY – SUNY at Stony Brook University  
Project PIs: Julia Behrman, Amber Peterman, and Tia Palermo
Journal Article: Does keeping adolescent girls in school protect against sexual violence? quasi-experimental evidence from East and Southern Africa
Policy Brief: Does keeping adolescent girls in school protect against sexual violence? quasi-experimental evidence from East and Southern Africa 
Summary Brief: Does education affect women’s likelihood of experiencing sexual and intimate partner violence?
Presentation: Effect of education on women’s experience of intimate partner violence: universal primary education as a natural experiment in Malawi and Uganda

A mixed methods study to test the effectiveness of TEVAW
Lead Agency: World Education Inc. /Bantwana Initiative 
Project PIs: Associate Prof Lisa Messersmith and Research Assistant Prof Nafisa Halim
Baseline Report: A mixed methods study to test the preliminary effect of World Education’s Together to End Violence Against Women (TEVAW), a program to address intimate partner violence in Northern Tanzania
Facilitator’s Guides: Community dialogues on gender based violence ; Male peer groups
Research Articles:

Research Brief: What can be done to prevent intimate partner violence?
Summary Brief: Assessing the effectiveness of the Together to End Violence Against Women programme in reducing intimate partner violence
Study Final Report: A mixed methods study to test the preliminary effect of World Education’s Together to End Violence Against Women (TEVAW), a program to address intimate partner violence in Northern Tanzania
Technical Brief: Together to End Violence Against Women

 

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