Costing a Multidisciplinary Packages of Response Services For Women and Girls Subjected To Violence: A Gender Budgeting Approach - Case Study of Indonesia

This study aims to inform a thorough understanding of the future administrative measures and budgetary allocations needed to implement national strategies and plans for combating violence against women and girls in Indonesia. It aims to do this by specifically looking at the services provided through the Integrated Service Center for Women and Girls. The outcome of this study will provide beneficial inputs for the UN Women East and Southeast Asia international campaign to eliminate violence against women and girls. One of the key outcomes of this campaign centers on the adoption and implementation of a comprehensive NAP on VAW, including sufficient resource allocation to translate policies and plans into transformative change on the ground.

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Geographic coverage: Indonesia
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