GBV/FGM Rapid Assessment Report

The GBV/FGM rapid assessment was organized and undertaken by the GBV AoR Somalia to generate data and information on the impact of COVID19 on GBV/FGM incidents and GBV service provision. It also interrogated factors around COVID and stigmatization, access to health services for women and adolescent girls and the impact of COVID19 on schooling for adolescents’ boys and girls. This was important, to improve understanding of secondary impact of COVID19 on issues that are important to women and girls. Field work for the assessment was for a period of three weeks while collation of data, analysis and report writing was planned for two weeks. The purpose of the assessment was to provide valid primary data and information to inform programming and strategy for GBV prevention, mitigation and response through COVID19 lenses.

Gbv Referral Pathway – Banadir

All organizations mentioned above implement GBV prevention initiatives in the communities they work in except Khaliif Huudow Human Rights Organisation (KAHRO) and SIHA Network

GBV Service Mapping Report

NoFYL in collaboration with the members of the GBV cluster conducted a mapping exercise of GBV services available in Banadir region of Somalia between August and September 2019. Data was collected through personal interviews with GBV focal points directly handling cases at the organization in order to collect accurate data. The exercise focused on health, PSS, safety and protection, legal justice/aid, hotline services and prevention services