To further advance the Obama Administration's commitment to gender equality and women’s empowerment, the Administration has developed this strategy to prevent and respond more effectively to gender-based violence globally. The purpose of the strategy is to establish a government-wide approach that identifies, coordinates, integrates, and leverages current efforts and resources.

This report reviews the literature on school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) in order to improve understanding about its causes, prevalence, and consequences. It examines how gender norms, poverty, and a culture of violence contribute to SRGBV.

Doorways is a set of three manuals designed for teachers, students, and volunteer community counselors. Doorways II, the second manual in the series, was designed to train community members to help prevent and respond to school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) by instructing them in basic listening skills and response procedures.

Doorways is a set of three manuals designed for teachers, students, and volunteer community counselors. Doorways III, the third manual in the series, was designed to train teachers to help prevent and respond to school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) by reinforcing teaching practices and attitudes that promote a safe learning environment for all students.

Doorways is a set of three manuals designed for teachers, students, and volunteer community counselors. Doorways I, the first manual in the series, was designed for students to improve their resiliency and self-efficacy and to help them prevent and respond to school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV).

PhotoVoice is a school-based project that trains learners to use photography and writing to chronicle their daily lives, and provides a look at the community through the eyes of children affected by HIV/AIDS.

Brothers for Life promotes positive male norms and encourages the men to adopt in certain health practices such as Medical Male Circumcision (MMC), regular HIV testing, consistent condom use, and the reduction of sexual partners.

This publication helps educators to start and continue with discussions about alternative disciplinary methods to traditional ones (which have been banned in most countries). Furthermore, this manual provides steps to implement alternative disciplinary methods and examines the responsiveness of learners and students.

Volunteers may witness or come across instances of actions typically known as gender-based violence (GBV), in schools, host-families, workplaces, and broader communities.

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