Malawi Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Prevention and Response
The Malawi Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Prevention and Response Programme -Tithetse Nkhanza- is funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and delivered by Coffey International Development in a consortium with Social Development Direct and Plan International.
The Programme’s objective is to reduce the prevalence of violence against women and girls and improve the justice system for women and girls living with violence in Malawi. It will do this by achieving the following Outcomes:
- Formal and informal justice services and local institutions are accessible, responsive and accountable to women and children’s needs;
- People in target areas are less tolerant of violence and are more supportive of survivors;
- Individuals use non-violent means to settle disputes and avoid harmful practices and seek support if they experience violence.
SDDirect provides overall technical leadership and has driven the design of the prevention and response intervention packages building from the global evidence base and adapting them to the Malawi context. The community-level interventions have been designed to contribute to the GBV prevention field globally, increasing knowledge on effective programming for different target groups in different settings, and on how to scale up cost-effectively without compromising impact.
Report & Publications from this programme:
- What will it take to end Violence Against Women and Girls in Malawi? (PDF)
- GIPP Research Report (PDF)
- Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Strategy (PDF)
- Rapid Review on disability inclusive VAWG programming (PDF)
- Technical Briefing Note: Measuring the Attendance of People with Disabilities (PDF)
- Recording of Covid adaptation presentation from the CoP (Video)
- CoC Cohort Study Baseline: Key Findings Summary
- Towards More Inclusive and Gender Transformative Programming to Address VAWG (long blog)
- Low Literacy and Disability Friendly Referral Pathways Posters
- Referral Pathways Posters Discussion: Facilitators Notes
- Economic violence faced by women due to the non-payment of child maintenance orders