Initiating the Multi-Stakeholder Joint Programme on Violence Against Women

A Review of the Processes and Some Key Interim Lessons Learned

No. of pages: 44

Publication Date: 2011

Publisher: UNFPA and UN Women

This compendium documents the key processes involved in initiating multi-stakeholder joint programming on violence against women. It culls interim lessons from 10 pilot countries. The report provides a pragmatic overview of using joint programming as an approach to maximize results and sustainability. It provides guidance for in-country stakeholders (UNCTs, government and civil society) that are commencing similar multi-stakeholder joint programmes in countries globally.

It includes step-by-step guidance on components of successful joint programming, from conducting baseline assessments to final monitoring and evaluation.

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