Stocktaking of GBV Response

January 1, 1970


Marginalized Migrant Families in Cities who have lost livelihoods during COVID-19

To ensure that Migrant families do not go hungry and are taken care of, have the right information and are guided; with their panic and anxiety addressed and are protected from COVID-19, Swasti is address 3 immediate requirements to protect migrant families – Ration Kits, Hygiene kits and home quarantine kits
The cost and consequences of Gender Based Violence (GBV) are largely borne by women and girls. To effectively respond to this stock taking of various actors, actions, good practices and gaps is important. Swasti conducted a conducted a review and stock taking exercise with local stakeholders in Bangalore city (March 2014 to July 2014), using a comprehensive ecosystem GBV Framework as a lens to analyze the response. The review included a desk study, individual interviews, documentation of good practices and analysis using a Safe City GBV framework. The following document is a review and stock taking exercise with a view to move towards action. Stocktaking of GBV response in Bangalore UNWomen   Download Pdf

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