How to design projects to end violence against women and girls

Violence against women and girls in the Pacific region is a serious and complex issue requiring urgent action. After years of advocacy by women’s rights and civil society organisations, Pacific Island governments have begun to adopt laws and policies to address this issue. However, governments and civil society organisations continue to face a number of barriers, including access to funding and resources, as well as a need for capacity building in key areas of project design and implementation.

This toolkit was developed by UN Women’s Pacific Regional Ending Violence against Women Facility Fund (Pacific Fund) in response to requests by stakeholders for practical, user-friendly materials and resources that would help them design and implement successful projects to end violence against women and girls.

It is funded by the Australian Government.


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Bibliographic information

Geographic coverage: Cook Islands; Micronesia, Federated States of; Fiji; Kiribati; Nauru; Niue; Papua New Guinea; Marshall Islands; Samoa; Solomon Islands; Tokelau; Tonga; Tuvalu; Vanuatu

Subject area(s): Ending violence against women and girls

Resource type: Resource kits

Publication year: 2015

Number of pages: 148