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close this bookHow to Guide - Reproductive Health in Refugee Situations - Monitoring and Evaluation of Sexual Gender Violence Programmes (UNHCR; 2000; 66 pages)
View the document(1) What is the purpose of this HOW TO GUIDE?
View the document(2) What is the background of the SGV programme in Tanzania?
View the document(3) How did the consultant learn about the issues and needs in the field?
View the document(4) What is the refugee situation and SGV programme in Tanzania?
View the document(5) What was discovered about programme monitoring and evaluation?
View the document(6) Roles, Responsibilities, Referrals, Inter-sectoral Co-ordination
View the document(7) Data Analysis, Programme Monitoring and Evaluation
View the document(8) How will the new system be implemented?
View the document(9) What other issues were identified that affect programme monitoring and evaluation?
View the document(10) What are the implications for development of SGV programmes?
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How to Guide - Reproductive Health in Refugee Situations - Monitoring and Evaluation of Sexual Gender Violence Programmes

Kigoma and Ngara, Tanzania
April 2000

This is the sixth in a planned series of HOW TO GUIDES that document how Reproductive Health (RH) activities were implemented in the field. The Guide was prepared by Beth Vann, a UNHCR Consultant who provided technical assistance, from January to April 2000, to the development of a monitoring and evaluation system for Sexual and Gender Violence Programme in the refugee camps in Kigoma and Ngara, Tanzania. The field-based work was action-oriented and participatory involving all actors working in Sexual and Gender Violence prevention and response in Tanzania. This document describes the steps taken in developing the system and gives examples of the protocols and monitoring tools drafted for field-testing. Partners working in the field were trained in the use of the tools during the consultancy.

Each HOW TO GUIDE documents one field experience and illustrates an innovative approach to a particular area of RH. The Guide is not meant to present a definitive solution to a problem. Rather, its recommendations should be used and adapted to suit particular needs and conditions of each refugee setting.

If you have any questions about this Guide, please contact UNHCR - Tanzania or the Health and Community Development Section, UNHCR Geneva.

Finalised by:
UNHCR/Health and Community Development Section
April 2000

Other HOW TO Guides:

(1) Crisis Intervention Teams: Responding to Sexual Violence in Ngara, Tanzania January 1997

(2) From Awareness to Action: Eradicating Female Genital Mutilation with Somali Refugees in Eastern Ethiopia - May 1998

(3) Reproductive Health Education for Adolescents - Prepared by International Rescue Committee - Guinea - February 1998

(4) Building a Team Approach to Prevent and Respond to Sexual Violence in Kigoma - Tanzania - December 1998

(5) Strengthening Safe Motherhood Services- Tanzania - November 1998

The consultancy and the preparation of the HOW TO GUIDE was supported by the
UN Foundation, Ted Tuner Grant to UNHCR for
Strengthening Sexual Gender Violence Programming in Refugee Situations.

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