GBV


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AcronymDefinition
GBVGuided By Voices
GBVGender Based Violence
GBVGemeinsamer Bibliotheksverbund (Library Service Northern Germany)
GBVGross Book Value (accounting)
GBVGroup Bonus Volume (business)
GBVGettorfer Bowling Verein
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Projects range from those promoting women's economic empowerment and participation in civic and political life to efforts preventing and responding to GBV or expanding women's and girls' access to technology.
We were privileged to interview a bad boy that saw the light of day regarding the role he, uncritically, played in promoting GBV.
The recent mass abduction of 234 Nigerian schoolgirls by the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram is another shocking example of GBV.
Mixed methods development of a screening tool for gender based violence among internally displaced populations: Use and implications for improving access to GBV services and HIV testing and care in Colombia"
Even though the book is based on research in Latin America, the case studies and narratives of women and girls experiencing GBV are very similar to those experienced in other countries with various cultural settings.
It has been observed, the minister said, that medical professionals are not always sensitive to the issues of GBV and are not always aware of its nature and how it manifests in the women.
Hepatitis A and E are transmitted via the fecal-oral route, while hepatitis B, C, D, GBV, and G are transmitted most often through receipt of contaminated blood products, intravenous drug use, and sexual contact with an infected partner.
Young men confuse GBV with other aspects of health and reproductive education but are aware that overall GBV harms women and girls.
It shows that 64 percent of the time, cases of GBV linked with customary practices are not filed with police.
Cyclist, Camila Sabogal from the Indigenous Organisation of Colombia discusses sport for trauma healing and social mobilization for women who have experienced GBV in the conflict in Colombia.
If the principle that all people in emergency situations are entitled to have their rights and needs equally met (6) is applied, then women and girls' specific needs related to GBV, as well as SRHR, must also be met.