GBViE Programme Resource Pack Kit 3.5-3.7: GBV Coordination, Risk Mitigation and Advocacy
In Kit 3.5: Programming – GBV Coordination in Emergencies. You can find information about the essential elements of GBV coordination in humanitarian response. It complements existing guidance on both GBV and cluster coordination.
Kit 3.5: Programming – GBV Coordination in Emergencies is for UNICEF staff responsible for GBV-related humanitarian coordination at national and sub-national levels in all emergency contexts.
In Kit 3.6: Programming – Integrating GBV Risk Mitigation Across UNICEF Sectors and Clusters you can find information about UNICEF’s responsibilities and programming to integrate actions to reduce GBV-related risks across all sectors and UNICEF-led clusters in line with the IASC Guidelines. Kit 3.6 includes tools to support integration of GBV risk mitigation into UNICEF sectors and clusters and a training module to build knowledge about UNICEF’s responsibilities and approach to integrating GBV across sectors and clusters.Integrating GBV Risk Mitigation Across UNICEF Sectors and Clusters (Learning Module).
Kit 3.6: Programming – Integrating GBV Risk Mitigation Across UNICEF Sectors and Clusters is for UNICEF and partner WASH, Education, Child Protection, Health and Nutrition staff responsible for humanitarian programming, and for UNICEF Health, Education, Nutrition, Child Protection and WASH cluster coordinators.
In Kit 3.7: Programming – Advocacy you can find information to support advocacy to increase internal and external under-standing of and commitment to GBViE programming. The kit includes a tool to help guide GBV-related advocacy at country level; a series of Issue Briefs that highlight important information and key messages about selected GBV-related topics. The issue briefs aim to demystify and build understanding about GBV, GBViE programming, and how it relates to UNICEF’s mission and other priorities in emergencies.
Kit 3.7: Programming – Advocacy is for UNICEF and partner staff and management working to build knowledge and commitment for addressing GBV before or during an emergency.