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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Kariuki said the increased cases are alarming and this demonstrates that GBV remains one of the most pervasive human rights violations in Kenya.
existing policies and procedures that regulate GBV response on all levels.
Tariq Iqbal, Director Police School of training and investigation said that response system available in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for GBV victims/survivors has fragmented structure of available services.
We call upon all of society to speak out and support governments, the international community, private sector companies, and grassroots-level advocates who are working to end GBV.
From policies and laws to establishment of GBV recovery centres to awareness creation, both the State and non-state actors are doing all they can to ensure that women's rights are respected and protected.
Como medida da criacao de desempenho, a GBV vale-se do conceito de lucro economico, um termo utilizado para descrever a medida que o lucro gerado por uma organizacao excede ou falta ao custo demandado pelo capital investido.
Multiple and inter-related risk and protective factors for GBV perpetration by males operate interdependently at the level of the individual, the community and the wider society.
CREDIF, in association with UN Women (United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women) had published in 2015 the results of a study on GBV in public spaces conducted between 2011 and 2015.
Overall, the development (via an inclusive consultative process) and adoption of a National Strategic Plan on GBV with clear strategic priorities and core measurable goals is her primary recommendation.
Participants stressed the significant efforts of the international humanitarian actors and Gazan civil society in the past two years in scaling up their interventions and response to GBV, but also the huge amount of needs and remaining challenges that continue to keep women silent.
From May to December 2015 Regain conducted a study on the performance of key GBV response institutions and service providers that are identified in the current government policies as primary vehicles to combat GBV.
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.