GBViE Minimum Standards FAQs

Publication Date: 2015
Author: UNFPA
Publisher: UNFPA

Download

These frequently asked questions explain the purpose and use of the Minimum Standards for Prevention & Response to Gender Based Violence in Emergencies. For more information, go here

Related content

Press
MANILA, Philippines – Two million people have been affected by Typhoon Hagupit (locally known as Ruby), according to the latest government figures in the Philippines.
Resources
The situation remains unpredictable but there was no fighting during the reporting period. Intertribal tensions continue to exist in Malakal, however UNFPA continues to provide front line staff.
Resources
Sexual violence is common in humanitarian settings. It may become more acute in the wake of a natural disaster, and it occurs at every stage of a conflict. The victims are usually women and adolescents, whose vulnerability is exacerbated in the chaos of a crisis.

Pages