Navigating through Shattered Paths: NGO Service Providers and Women Survivors of Gender-Based Violence

The effectiveness of existing GBV interventions, as well as their problems and gaps cannot be addressed without understanding the Gaza context.This report is a first attempt to assess the achievements, continuing obstacles and gaps among the community of NGO providers in Gaza. Its main aim is to understand the continuing gaps and needs of GBV prevention and service activities as they have evolved in Gaza among the community of local NGOs who compose its main infrastructure. The research was undertaken over an eight-month period in 2016 and 2017. The methodology used for this study was multi- staged and used multiple methods encompassing both qualitative and quantitative sources and research tools. The individual sections of the report explain the more specific details of the research tools used for data collection and analysis of the study’s various components. They also describe the ethical and safety standards adhered to in the research process.

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Geographic coverage: Arab States/North Africa; Palestine, State of

Subject area(s): Domestic violence/interpersonal violence; Service delivery; Anti-violence interventions; Women’s rights; Harmful practices

Resource type: Research papers

UN Women office involved in publication: Palestine Country Office

Publication year: 2017

Number of pages: 111