Technical Guidance: Gender-Based Violence During COVID-19
This document provides guidance on how to safely deliver gender-based violence (GBV) services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The guidance presented in this document is to support governments, as well as national and local GBV systems, to minimize disruption of services and continue to safely deliver high-quality care and support during the mitigation, surge, and recovery/suppression phases of the COVID-19 pandemic. This guidance is meant to complement comprehensive GBV clinical guidance. Once the epidemic is contained or eliminated, programming can return to standard, evidence-based practices.
- Gender-based Violence Prevention, Risk Mitigation and Response during COVID-19
- Identifying & Mitigating Gender-based Violence Risks within the COVID-19 Response
- Minimum Standards for Prevention and Response to Gender-Based Violence in Emergencies
- COVID-19 Exposes the Harsh Realities of Gender Inequality in Slums
- Integrating Gender into the COVID-19 Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) Response
- COVID-19: Resources to Address Gender-based Violence Risks
- Comprehensive Sexuality Education to Address Gender-based Violence
- COVID-19: Emerging Gender Data and Why it Matters
- COVID-19: The Gendered Impacts of the Outbreak
- Gender and COVID-19 Website
August 26, 2020