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Review of Australian aid initiatives in the Pacific aimed at ending violence against women

Summary of publication

The purpose of this review was to improve the Australian aid program’s ability to make strategic investments in efforts to prevent and respond to violence against women in the Pacific region by assessing four initiatives:

  1. the Male Advocacy Program in Fiji (regional) and Vanuatu
  2. Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre’s (FWCC) Regional Training Program (RTP)
  3. Vanuatu Women’s Centre’s (VWC) Committees Against Violence Against Women (CAVAW)
  4. activities supported by the PNG Australia Law and Justice Partnership (PALJP) and the Strongim Gavman Program (SGP).

These four initiatives were selected based on their previous promising results and potential to inform future work to end violence against women in the Pacific.

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Last Updated: 17 February 2015

Category: Aid

Topic: Aid benchmarking and effectiveness, Women and girls

Regions: The Pacific

Countries: Fiji, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea