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Tanzania Gender-Based Violence Assessment : Scope, Programming, Gaps and Entry Points (English)

This assessment has been commissioned by the WB to provide baseline information on GBV issues, policies, programming, and gaps with a view towards assisting the WB to a) consider how to directly support efforts to address GBV in Tanzania; b) inform strategies for integrating attention to GBV in development programming; and c) understand the extent of GBV response programming in the United Republic of Tanzania. This will not only allow the WB to focus their support to GBV programming more strategically (beyond a project-to-project basis) to maximize investment, but also assist in understanding the nature and extent of GBV services that can be made available to survivors of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) and/or sexual harassment (SH) in WB-funded infrastructure and development projects. The assessment analyzes key gaps across these areas of investigation based on inputs from key stakeholders as well as the desk review and concludes with several recommendations for WB to consider in order to assist in addressing these key gaps.

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Oppong,M. Yaa Pokua Afriyie Haq,Inaam Ul Todd,Gemma Joan Nifasha

Tanzania Gender-Based Violence Assessment : Scope, Programming, Gaps and Entry Points (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/099155003312242676/P17605107388b40600a73a0ef1c83555589